Journalism

journalism

Year-Month
Publication
Title
2013-06AcculturatedAmerican Apparel’s Invasive “Supermoon” Ads
2013-06AcculturatedHappy Money
2013-04AcculturatedFinding Joy at Work and Maximizing Your Time
2013-03AcculturatedHook-Up Land: Your Guide to College Relationships
2013-02AcculturatedMoney, Sex and Romance: What is the New Normal?
2013-01AcculturatedSelf-Help vs. Shakespeare: Which is better therapy?
2013-04Chronicle of Higher EducationMarriage is Not a Dirty Word for College Women
2013-12Chronicle of Higher EducationA Roundabout Path to Self-Help
2013-07USA TodayBeware of Self-Help Gurus
2012-08AcculturatedWas Helen Gurley Brown Really a Cosmo Girl?
2011-04Chronicle of Higher EducationHelping First-Year Students Help Themselves
2009-10The Washington PostJames Ray and the Dangers of Self-Help
2009-06The New York Times Why Jon and Kate Won’t Go Away
2008-04Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Stop Looking for Your Soul Mate!
2008-10Busted HaloPrayer in Pen
2008-10Busted HaloUnderstanding Natural Family Planning
2008-05Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Are You Financially Unfaithful in Your Relationship/Marriage?
2008-09Busted HaloDealing with a Loved One Who’s Depressed
2008-09Busted HaloWedding Bell Blues
2008-03Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Blind Date!
2008-03Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Box, Wine and Love Letter
2008-05Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Men DO Want to Marry Their Mothers
2008-11Busted HaloSex, Dating & Catholicism
2008-11Busted HaloFamily, Faith … and Fat?
2008-03Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Is Lying a Way of Life for Women?
2008-02Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Generational Differences
2008-01Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: A New Approach to New Year’s Resolutions
2008-02Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Men, women and sports
2008-06Busted HaloWives, Obey Your Husbands?
2008-01Busted HaloPure Sex, Pure Love: Third Wheel
2008-04New York PostFemale of the Specious
2008-06New York PostSave the Males
2008-11The Huffington PostGod: Skip Seconds This Thanksgiving?
2008-03The Huffington PostNew Yorker Culture Shock at the Iowa Caucuses
2008-06The Huffington PostYour Guide to Surviving the Coming Apocalypse… in Style
2008-03The Huffington PostHow I Almost Committed Election Fraud
2008-04The Huffington PostAre Women Better Liars than Men?
2008-09The Huffington PostFreshman: How Not to Puke In Class
2008-06The New York TimesRoom for Debate: Why Jon & Kate Won’t Go Away
2008-02The Wall Street JournalMarrying Tradition and Modernity
2008-11The Washington PostIt Isn't About the Trash Can
2007-02Daily NewsYou’ll Never Marry? Quite the Contrary
2007National ReviewGentlemen Prefer Brains
2007-11New York PostThe Marriage Gap
2007-02New York PostBetter than a ‘real job’?
2007-05New York PostBrainwashing Bridezilla
2007-09The AmericanLearning from Andy Warhol
2007-11The Huffington PostWhy Smart Women Don’t Read Maureen Dowd
2007-09The Huffington PostThe Six-Martini, Late-Night Business Scene
2007-06The Huffington PostPenance for Bridezilla: One Perfect Day – The Selling of the American Wedding
2007-08The Huffington PostSWANS SONG: Gentlemen Prefer Brains
2007-11The New York TimesWho’s Afraid of Those Smart Women?
2007-07The Wall Street JournalClose Encounters of the Engaged Kind
2007-10The Wall Street JournalThe Road Is Heavily Traveled Now
2006-11ForbesThe Smart Woman Myth
2006-11New York PostUnwed-Birth Boom: Bad News
2006-12New York PostMarrying Kind: Family, Class and Success
2006-12SirensToo smart to come?
2006-11The Wall Street JournalOlder but Wiser
2005-10New York PostDivorce Hurts
2005-07New York PostSelf-Help is More Hurt
2005-09The American EnterpriseLife at the New York Public Zoo… er, Library
2004-11The New York SunGlobal Turkey
2004-10The Wall Street JournalScreeners Get Friendly
2004-11The Wall Street JournalA Holiday Traffic Jam
2002-11The Wall Street JournalLawmakers Joined Executives In Profiting From IPO Access
2002-08The Wall Street JournalFEMA’s Aid Offering Is News To Many Eligible New Yorkers
2002-08The Wall Street JournalHow Consumers Can Strike Back If Their Identity Has Been Stolen
2002-08The Wall Street JournalLetters, Not Levers, Sway Washington’s Mayoral Race
2000-09The Washington PostAnimal Wardens Want Protection; Training Begun; Guns Discussed
2000-08The Washington PostEnjoying the Cycle of Life; ‘Old Folks on Spokes’ Sets a Leisurely Pace
2000-09The Washington PostHome Cooks Gag on Rules For Fairs In Loudoun
1999-10The Wall Street JournalSome Chilling Tales From Scientists Who Direct Traffic in the Cold South
1999-08The Wall Street JournalSteroid Creams Sell Briskly, And Illicitly, as Cosmetics
1999-08The Wall Street JournalIn Boom for Home Drug Tests, One Runs Afoul of Government
1998-09National ReviewSingles
1998-08The Wall Street JournalNo Honeymoon For Covenant Marriage
1998-07The Wall Street JournalPass the Olestra! Confessions of a Feisty Food Tester
1997-08The Wall Street JournalNOW Isn’t Pro-Choice On Education
2014-10The Life Reimagined InstituteThe New Life Phase: A White Paper