Mayim is learning when to help her mother and when not to
After becoming a widow, Mayim's mother has done many new things on her own. Here, Mayim explores how she's adjusting to this new dynamic.
Mayim on embracing meditation and becoming a happier person
At first, Mayim didn't wanna. But once she overcame the obstacles in her mind, meditation helped her feel calmer and more centered.
Mayim volunteers in Israel with her son for his bar mitzvah project
As part of the process to become an adult in the eyes of the Jewish faith, Mayim's son Miles volunteered to help feed the hungry in Israel
I’m letting my boys play video games now—and I’m worried
After years of forbidding games in the house, Mayim has decided to relent. Here's why it's a big concern.
Here’s why I don’t videotape my kids’ activities
Unlike many parents, Mayim chooses to forego recording with her phone during her boys' events. Read why.
Moby’s tips for dealing with online haters
Mayim shares her friend's advice on handling negative internet commenters
Traveling with kids as a divorced mom
Mayim opens up about her experiences vacationing with the boys
Separating children from their parents is indefensible
Mayim is deeply affected by the plight of migrant children
Mayim on celebrating Father’s Day as a divorced family
In the years after her divorce, Mayim has continued to find a way to honor the father of her kids, as well as other father figures in their lives
How Mayim handled the last name dilemma
As a feminist, Mayim chose not to take her ex's name after marriage, but when it came to naming their kids—that created a new problem entirely