What happens when our careers hit the wall—do we stay or should we go? These three women took steps to make a radical change in their 40s and 50s.
In episode two, Ashley welcomes her friend IRL, comedian Amber Ruffin to talk about finding friends, achieving a dream career, and how to survive the holidays without picking a fight, or maybe just one really good fight.
Despite the sexism oozing from the White House, states are gradually tackling paid family leave, signaling to Washington that a national policy is long overdue. Should we hold our breath?
As one of the most terrifying network TV shows wraps up, a psychotherapist reflects on the worst kind of sociopath: the one with the ability to out-analyze the analyst.
DAME’s Friendkeeper sheds light on a bestie’s negativity, and gets real about why you should think twice about “ghosting” a pal.
Somewhere between a one-night stand and a relationship lies the lover, our writer discovered while having an affair with a French man. Follow these ground rules, and have the time of your life.
Raised among a privileged class, the writer wore her single-parenting status as a badge of honor. One that led her down a very different path from nearly everyone in her life.
We’re well acquainted with the image of the gray-haired man trading in his spouse for a younger model. But what does the upheaval of middle age look like for women?
Firing Jill Abramson reverts the ‘Times’ to a passively sexist environment—like nearly every other business.