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Are You Subtly Sexist? (Most Likely, Yes.)

Jessica Bennett “​Amplify the ideas of your female colleagues. This is what the women of the Obama White House did when they felt they weren’t being heard in meetings. They’d commit beforehand to having each other’s backs, then walk into the meeting and make sure they repeated ​each other's ideas—always with credit to the authors. ”
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Miss Heldman The American No 2 With Her Dress Belt Spelling Out Womens Lib.

Are You Subtly Sexist? (Most Likely, Yes.)

"But I’m not sexist," we all think. As journalist Jessica Bennett’s fascinating work shows, we—women and men—exhibit subtle sexist...

HOW TO GET THROUGH TOUGH FAMILY GATHERINGS by Barry Michels

“Be realistic, whatever the case may be: Expect Uncle Joe to get drunk and act out; expect your mom to treat you like a child; expect your sister-in-law to set no limits with her spoiled kid. Being realistic enables you to work on yourself by holding yourself to a standard of emotional maturity you may have never before achieved in their midst.”
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How to Get Through Tough Family Gatherings

Even if you love every member of your family dearly, holiday gatherings are often complicated affairs, and the holidays...