Why Frenemies Can Be Good for You—and What to Do When They Aren't
“I feel like the competition among women has escalated in recent years, and that’s what’s often at the root of these toxic friendships.”
Why Frenemies Can Be Good for You—and What to Do When They Aren’t
Since we've all had one: A close look at the phenomenon of the frenemy—and strategies for dealing when you...
Suzannah Galland on GETTING RID OF OLD LOVERS
“Full-moon fire rituals are ancient practices for spiritual cleansing, representing a time to get rid of the old and celebrate what's next. They can help you release distrust, and in turn, open the space to invite new love into your life. ”
Getting Rid of Old Lovers—and Why It’s Time to Toss Your Bras
Life advisor and relationship expert Suzannah Galland, who uses her extraordinary intuition to help clients with everything from office...
Carder Stout on THE ARGUMENT FOR GRIEF
“There is no way through this mass of sadness except to feel its presence, and let time take it from us.”
The Argument for Grief
We were reminded of how powerful—and strangely beautiful—the act of grieving can be when we saw artist Taryn Simon’s...
Dr. Habib Sadeghi on FEMALE FRIENDSHIP & THE OFFICE
“Any relationship between two or more people is considered a symbiotic association. Sym means together, while biosis means life: two lives converge and relate to each other in a way that affects their existence.”
Female Friendship & the Office
The differences in typical female vs. typical male relationship styles are important to understand for overall mental—and, as you’ll...
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon on HOW TO HELP IN SYRIA
“As the Syrian civil war stretches into its fifth year, the status of Syrian refugees is as sobering as ever. Worldwide, there are more people displaced from their homes than ever before.”
How to Help in Syria
As the Syrian civil war stretches into its fifth year, the status of Syrian refugees is as sobering as...