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Asian Heritage Month: When you don’t feel like you belong

Being an Asian-American woman often means being part of two cultures but belonging to neither.

Top 5 reasons divorce can be good for your mental health

Here’s why splitting up can be better for you, your kids and your partner than sticking it out until the kids are older.

Samantha Dion Baker on drawing and journaling as therapy

Samantha Dion Baker making art.

The author of Draw Your Day Kids! and Draw Your World encourages daily artmaking that taps into creativity, expression, and pure joy.

Our family got COVID in January: For an anxious mom, I stayed surprisingly calm

I’ve got an anxiety disorder but when my family got infected with COVID, I used these mental-health tactics to avoid a panic attack.

What you need to know about the Uranus Opposition — the “Midlife Crisis” Astrology Transit

Are you in your 40s, questioning everything, and considering making major changes? You might be able to blame Uranus Opposition for your midlife crisis.

How curiosity can help you get unstuck

This excerpt from Unfollow Your Passion, a new book by Terri Trespicio, is an invitation to get curious and break free.

Unpopular opinion: Forget the knife; cultivate your inner self

What if “get work done” meant working on self-acceptance, (instead of nipping, Botox-ing and tucking)?

Why “get out of your comfort zone” is not helpful advice, and what to do instead

Photo of a woman (Terri Trespicio) wearing glasses and a green top, holding a phone. The expression on her face is a slight smirk.

Many a motivational speaker has spouted the advice, that, in order to grow, we should simply “get out of our comfort zone.” Author Terri Trespicio breaks down why that advice falls short — and offers an alternative: Seek comfort.

Dear Dixie: My husband drunkenly admitted the love of his life is married to someone else. Now, he doesn’t remember saying it. (Part II)

A reader follows up with Dixie after taking her advice about her distant husband. Submit your questions to Dixie for some no-bullshit advice.

Dear Dixie: My husband told me the love of his life is married to someone else. Do I stay? (Part I)

A reader writes in to ask, “Do I look past my husband pining for his previous wife?” Are you a woman over 40? Submit your questions to Dixie for some no-bullshit advice.

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