Standing up for another woman is an act that serves all women. But sometimes the most meaningful consequence is a new bond that can last a lifetime.
Middle-aged women are among the most educated, confident, and self-sufficient today. So why is it so hard to find a healthy, enduring romantic relationship?
Sometimes we don’t know how to engage with the world until someone, and something, forces us to reckon with ourselves.
In this deeply poignant essay, the award-winning novelist-memoirist perfectly evokes that gutting feeling when your best friend knows it's time to go before you're ready to accept it.
How do we maintain strong connections with other women when our lives have changed so drastically?
In an age of increased social isolation online, loneliness may feel more chronic. But solitude isn’t a condition to be treated; it’s a fact of life.
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.
When low self-esteem is sabotaging a job search, and someone else's drama is keeping you up at night, consider this: It's not them, it's you.
When friends ask too much and give little in return, is the relationship doomed? And a well-meaning boyfriend asks if he can take a break from daily sexism. We’d love that, too, bro.
Discussing her new book, 'A Marriage In Dog Years,' the memoirist recounts the worst year of her life: the loss of her beloved dog and her troubled first marriage. Spoiler alert: This story has a happy ending.