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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.

I learned how to do inner child work for my own anxiety — and ended up helping my actual kids

I stumbled upon my own trigger when my 2-year-old son’s incident reports from school sent me into a tailspin. How could I take care of myself and him?

GenX and ’80s Control Culture: Isn’t it ironic?

Janet Jackson Control Album Cover (A&M Records)

How my generation’s obsession with hyper-control at work and home has led many of us to a collective midlife crisis. And that’s a good thing.

Jumble & Flow launches to empower women in midlife

Jumble & Flow women in midlife press release

The female-founded media and femtech startup brings alternative content to the women’s 40+ wellness movement and booming healthtech industry.

Our bodies, our selvages: Sonya Philip teaches how to sew your own way

Sonya Philip Jumble and Flow cover

Body positivity activist and author of “The Act of Sewing” teaches how to make your own clothing, on your terms.

The Cringe: Tales from the first date that I don’t remember

Read an exclusive excerpt of the book “First Date Stories: Women’s Romantic and Ridiculous Midlife Adventures” by Jodi Klein.

How I coped with chronic trauma from growing up with undocumented parents

Many leave their hometown and never look back. After 22 years away, Olga reintroduced herself to her hometown and was surprised by what she found.

Why this 41-year-old went off The Pill two decades after deciding she never wanted kids

At 18, I decided that I never wanted to have kids. Now that I’m 41 and have a successful corporate career behind me, I’ve changed my mind.

Empty nester: who will I be without dependent children?

empty nest by the-dark-queen jumbleandflow

Empty nesting is a complicated web of emotions, but for this 45-year-old English mum, it’s also an opportunity to revisit creative ambitions and carve out a new path forward.

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