Her husband wanted sex. She didn’t — but she agreed to one request
The arrangement had its advantages, and the couple learned
9 topics you should never bring up with your daughter-in-law
Sometimes you just have to let it go.
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How you deal with everything that life throws at you is the key to everyday joy and meaning.
5 things not to say to a friend who’s getting a divorce
Here's what to say instead.
Why the death of a dog can be harder than losing a relative
Many are embarrassed to publicly show too much grief over the death of a dog. But research has shown just how devastating the loss can be.
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8 ways people unwittingly scare off hired caregivers
Is your family driving hired caregivers away?
Why more people are finding new love with old sweethearts
Social media has made it easy to connect with a long-lost crush — though sometimes you should leave well enough alone.
School schedules have never matched parents’ work obligations — and the pandemic is making things worse
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed parents’ delicate, very difficult and unsustainable balancing act.
Millennials, Baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen Z: The cutoff years for each generation
And don't forget Xennials, Generation Alpha or Generation Jones.
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One vow in particular might be put to the test as you get older.
At 22, this millennial was called the next Einstein. What’s she up to today?
Her research could change the way we understand the universe.
7 simple ways to cope with procrastination at college
Young people love procrastinating on their tasks in college, and this is understandable. However, this is a bad habit and should be dealt with.
Here’s what happens when you donate your body to science
Dissected by medical students? Blown apart in weapons testing? Here's the real story.
States allow in-person nursing home visits; families blame deaths on broken hearts
But relaxing restrictions is not without risks.