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Even if we’re not seeing loved ones, we can have connection and hope. Consider these tips, including advice from two mental health professionals.
, November 20, 2020
Happy couples reclaim and maintain honest, heart-centered communication. Don’t tiptoe around relationship tension, say experts. Use it as a tool to get talking and get closer. 
, November 13, 2020
Hormone shifts can mean you’re irritated during intimacy, your desire dwindles or you pee when … uh oh! Top docs offer simple helps and hacks to get your mojo back.
, November 6, 2020
Trust issues, trolls, trophy-seekers and true love. In the battle against loneliness, the rules of engagement have changed, says an expert. Five single women over 40 report from the front lines.
, November 6, 2020
We can fight loneliness, make lifesaving changes, reimagine our futures, find love and happiness. Meet the winners of our Sisterhood Is Self-Care Contest and learn how.
, October 28, 2020
When it comes to domestic violence, I know what’s it’s like to feel alone. Here’s why I decided to use my voice.
, October 16, 2020
Finding empowerment in my intersecting identities of disability, Blackness and being a woman has been a journey. Bethany encouraged me in embracing myself as whole.
, October 9, 2020
Therapists say that in this age of social distancing, more couples have become sexually distant, stressed out and resentful. But they have a plan to fix that.
, October 2, 2020
National Coming Out Day is October 11. Here's how you can support and validate an LGBTQ friend, neighbor or family member taking this meaningful step.
, September 25, 2020
Are you or your mate keeping score? Trying to read minds? Struggling to set boundaries or ask for help? Here are a therapist’s tips for healing codependency — and how I’m curing my own disease to please.
By Michelle Jackson
, September 3, 2020
Overseas travel is mostly out, but short trips are still possible. Here’s how to plan them, including tips on budgeting and managing restrictions.
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