Leslie Morgan Steiner
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The new book "The Baby Chase" follows an Arizona couple all the way to India and back, in their quest to have a baby. Host Michel Martin is joined by author Leslie Morgan Steiner and Rhonda Wile, a nurse who hired two surrogates in India to have her children.
Working Mother magazine reports 2.2 million mothers in the U.S. do not have primary custody of their children. And the magazine reports that, over the past decade, the number of fathers awarded custody of their children has doubled. But some wonder whether the statistics suggest that women who work as breadwinners for their families are now being punished for it. Working Mother Editor-in-Chief Suzanne Riss is joined by regular parenting contributor and author Leslie Morgan Steiner and Shauntese Curry Trye, a Baltimore-based family attorney.
Tell Me More parenting contributor Leslie Morgan Steiner has a happy marriage, healthy kids and a rewarding career. But many would be surprised to know that she is also a survivor of domestic violence. Steiner's first husband beat her regularly and nearly killed her.
The alleged domestic violence incident involving R&B stars Chris Brown and Rihanna has stirred serious discussions about abusive relationships. A panel of Moms — two of whom have survived abusive relationships — explore ways to discuss abuse with youngsters who claim to be in love, and why many victims suffer in silence.