My Perfect Breakdown


I recently sat in a diversity in the workplace course.  The course discussed all types of diversity – age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, etc. At some point in the course, I used the example of my family brought together through adoption with a son who may be of a different ethnicity then his parents, but also may not be. The example served two purposes as we are an example of both… Read More

One thing I love about the country I live in, is that society is continually becoming more accepting of alternative families. Families are no longer created only from heterosexual parents, with an average of 2.2 children. More and more we are seeing families being created with two moms, or two dads, or single parents, or blended families through second or third marriages, etc. Today, families are diverse. Now, I’m not saying society… Read More