The image-driven platform allows us to share our most vulnerable moments. But is this really the best way to foster community and engage in meaningful dialogue about mental health?
When writer Carrie Borzillo's new boyfriend moved in, she was excited for a new man in her bed. Her cat Aidan had other ideas.
DAME’s Friendkeeper advises on armchair diagnosing, and helps a woman find her voice with a lifelong bossypants.
DAME’s Friendkeeper helps a woman ease her people pleasing and tells another to mind her own beeswax.
DAME’s Friendkeeper brings an only-child mother back from the brink, and helps us cope with a friend’s annoying new obsession.
DAME’s Friendkeeper walks a woman through the minefield of a pal’s explosive divorce, and blows the whistle on a grammar grouch.
DAME’s Friendkeeper gives advice for halting the cycle of complaint, and about what to do when a friend in need wants more than you can give.
DAME’s Friendkeeper guides a good listener to get help of her own and tells a woman what to do about the bestie that’s iced her out.
But maybe we all worry too much. Did our parents agonize like this?
My therapist saved me from the worst of times, and enabled me to celebrate the best. Who was supposed to console me when she died?