ELLE, October 2008
One woman sounds off on our pill-popping culture.
ELLE, February 2001
After the frenzied lust wears off, what follows: deep attachment or Splitsville? Cathi Hanauer looks at her own marriage throught the developing science of love.
MIRABELLA, October 1999
Why would a woman choose to spend the night on a small cot when she could sleep in a comfy queen-size with her husband? Because she can.
O-THE OPRAH MAGAZINE, October 2003
As a person who’s always craved life’s extremes, I wasn’t thrilled about becoming middle-aged. But then someone told me your 40s are the best years, when you finally coast after years of pedaling uphill.
BABYTALK, December/January 2006
Each time I watch Phoebe, my 10-year-old daughter, soar down the soccer field, I wonder: Is it possible it’s been a decade since we first brought her home, that chubby-cheeked human doll in a hat?
THE NEWARK STAR LEDGER, August 7, 2005
If it's true you can never go home again, it's got to be equally true you can never really leave.
excerpted from The Bitch in the House, William Morrow/HarperCollins, 2002
This book was born out of anger—specifically, my own domestic anger, which stemmed from a combination of guilt, resentment, exhaustion, naivety, and the chaos of my life at the time.
from Child of Mine, edited by Christina Baker Kline (Hyperion, 1997)
Before I got pregnant, and then once I did, I imagined motherhood something like this: I'm sitting in a rocker in an earth-colored robe smiling down at my baby, who is lying in my arms, mouth fastened to my breast, dreamily nursing away.