Channeling the holiday spirit in a time of political and social upheaval can be a struggle--but if we can, it's more worthwhile now than ever.
With most of us vaxxed and boosted, some of us are anxious about gathering with our FOX-watching families again. Can we set boundaries without being accused of "canceling" them?
DAME’s Friendkeeper helps a holiday host menu-plan for high-maintenance guests and counsels a woman at war with an old friend over how to sell Girl Scout cookies on social media.
An Arizona pastor is frothing over the coffee chain’s newly designed holiday cup with a nasty social-media campaign. Which this Christmas-loving Christian writer finds deeply offensive.
A magazine writer had a list of toys she’d never allow in her children’s possession. But a winter holiday assignment that made her reconsider.
What we’ll be listening to, watching, and reading to sate our pop culture needs.
With interfaith families more prevalent than ever, so comes the holiday-season quandary over dual celebration. Are we giving kids the best of both worlds—or causing confusion of biblical proportions?
DAME’s Friendkeeper tackles the holidays offering help with handling an inconsiderate present giver and a hard-partying pal.
DAME’s Friendkeeper tells us how not to spend Turkey Day alone and digs into why a woman’s friend has lost her funny.