It’s like I have, my whole life, been trying to touch someone, to feel something good and true, and everlasting, in them, in me, in something very cool we could make together.
"Bethany is amazing to work with — she is extremely supportive, thoughtful and very, very smart. Bethany has been instrumental in my securing the attention of national magazines' editors, and obtaining my own Huffington Post blog. I attribute my successes in writing to her completely!"
-- Dr. Carly Snyder, Reproductive Psychiatrist
So what is it about the way loveliness abounds these days that just feels so….icky? I mean, why shouldn’t pixied girls from San Francisco sell their homemade aprons on Etsy? What’s the matter with artisanal pickles? There’s nothing inherently bad about handsome young bucks wearing …
Bethany Saltman: What is your sense of the parenting scene these days? What are some of the issues that parents are really worried about? And how do you understand the way that parents are being talked to by all the millions of experts?
That night as I lay in bed, hands on my hard, round belly, my mind filled with the faces of all the believers I had met and seen, I tried, really tried, to pray. I tried to feel what it would be like to believe in someone watching over me, some big Father.
Last night I stayed up late with some girlfriends, so I didn’t set the usual alarm. And when I awoke, T was long gone, Azalea was still asleep, and the house was silent. I was alone, in bed, and the sun was up. An uncommon set of circumstances, to say the least.
"Bethany has been an extraordinary coach and editor who has helped me to refine my proposal over the space of a few short weeks – and I now have a contract with a top-ranked agent."
--Alexia Howard, Senior Research Analyst, U.S. Food, AB Bernstein