Sarah A. Bregel, Washington Post

Sarah A. Bregel

Washington Post

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past:
  • Washington Post
  • VICE
  • Babble
  • Longreads
  • Romper
  • Fit Pregnancy
  • Vox
  • mom.me
  • HuffPost

Past articles by Sarah:

Why I can’t take care of a plant

To get joy out greenery, you have to open your mind to it — and remember to water → Read More

Being a Single Mother Made Me Embrace the Sex Drive I Thought Was Dead

Newly single moms can be horny as hell. I can testify. → Read More

Why I'm (Probably) RSVPing "No" to Your Holiday Party

Don't get me wrong, I love the holidays. What I don't love though, is the endless stream of invites to holiday party after holiday party that suck up time, money, and all that "holiday magic" we all long to feel. → Read More

Instagram Launches New Technology to Combat Cyberbullying and Spread Kindness

In an October 9th blog post, Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri announced that the social media platform is now using machine learning technology to detect and combat bullying behavior within the app. → Read More

New York State Begins Mandatory Mental Health Classes for Kids as Young as 3

The hope is that more states will follow New York's lead. Because the sooner we can give our kids the proper mental health support they need, the better. → Read More

The “Divorce Hotel” Helps Take the Stress Out of Splitting Up, All in One Weekend

At the Divorce Hotel, couples looking to separate amicably can be ushered through the process in a weekend's time, thanks to mediators and other legal professionals who will help them navigate the paperwork. And in between meetings? They can relax. → Read More

When a 4-Year-Old Gets Homework, It’s Time to Admit Things Have Finally Gone Too Far

Nightly homework for preschoolers might be a bit much. → Read More

What "Bird Nesting" as a Custody Arrangement Is Really Like

The practice of "bird nesting" — or swapping living spaces with your soon-to-be ex spouse while the kids stay in one place — is becoming increasingly popular for divorced couples. And as far as my ex and I are concerned, it's working out for us just fine. → Read More

Checking Work Email After Hours Hurts Relationships, Says Study — and My Marriage Is Proof

According to a Virginia Tech survey, checking email after working hours doesn't just lead to increased rates of anxiety — it also hurts our relationships. → Read More

There’s no gift registry for the time you most need it: After a divorce

When we’re sad, lonely and rebuilding our lives, we do the financial work of it alone. → Read More

How One Mom’s Selfless Act of Love Reached Across Time to Ease Her Daughter’s Anxiety

Blogger Nikki Pennington shares the beautiful story of how her mother helped her cope with her anxiety, even after her passing. → Read More

'A Wrinkle in Time' Has Taught My 8-Year-Old Daughter to Love Herself in a Way I Never Could

I took my daughter to see Disney's live-action version of Madeleine L'Engle's 'A Wrinkle in Time', and we both walked away changed. → Read More

New Study Suggests Babies Should Co-Sleep Until at Least Age 3

Despite controversy, a new study claims co-sleeping with your baby until age 3 or 4 can help with bonding, and even guard against damage to baby's brain. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen Begs Twitter for Help with Pregnancy Headaches: "I Need Witchcraft"

Chrissy Teigen took to Twitter to ask fans for advice on relieving severe pregnancy headaches she's having. Fans send advice and well wishes. → Read More

Jimmy Kimmel's Heartfelt Plea About Children's Healthcare Spoke for Parents Just Like Me

Jimmy Kimmel returned to his late-night Monday night with his son Billy, and an important message to Congress about children's health insurance. → Read More

How to Say You Maybe Don’t Want to Be Married Anymore

Sarah Bregel takes a close look at her marriage after two kids, and wonders, how hard is too hard? → Read More

This Florida School Is Selling Bulletproof Backpack Panels for $120

As gun violence continues to be on the rise in the U.S., one Florida school has responded by offering bulletproof backpacks for kids. → Read More

9 Million Kids Are at Risk of Losing Health Coverage — Including My Own

On September 30, Congress missed the deadline to renew the Children's Health Insurance Program, better known as CHIP. And for families like mine, it's huge. → Read More

What It's Really Like for Women Struggling with Hyperemesis Gravidarum

Along with news of Kate Middleton third pregnancy comes news that she's yet again suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum. Here's what it's really like. → Read More

Anxiety Doesn't Take a Vacation — Even When You Do

I was looking forward to our family vacation all summer long. Until it finally arrived, and my anxiety swopped in like I wasn't expecting. → Read More