Creating a citation for your website in MLA format usually requires you to identify the website author, website title, website publisher, and the date you accessed the information.You'll also need to remember the date you used the website on your bibliography.Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday of repentance, had barely been over for 14 hours and I was already fighting with my husband. Over our poached kale and egg salads with a side of chickpeas I notice my firecracker friend is uncharacteristically glum.My husband and I have been together for over 20 years. We met in high school and watched each other graduate high school, college, and graduate school, find (and change) careers, and become parents.We watched each other become adults and now we are watching each other age. I meet my friend Geraldine at a hip, local eatery in the heart of Abbot Kinney in Venice Beach.
One fascinating aspect of my work as a couples/ family therapist is that it gives me an intimate view into the current cultural dynamics of couples.For the last twenty or so years, over half the couples I see contain the "nice guy" with his frustrated wife.In MLA style, citing the works of others within your text is done with parenthetical citations.This method involves placing relevant source information in parentheses after a quote or a paraphrase.Generally, you want to provide the last name of the author and the specific page numbers of the source.
A website is a collection of informational pages on the Internet.