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The Silent Grief Of Secret Illness

Illness is intensely personal, but it never affects the person diagnosed alone. Read...
Chelsea Cristene of Role Reboot    |   05.6.19   |   SHARE
How can I be a supportive of my cheating best friend while not supporting her actions?

Ask Erin: How Can I Help My Cheating Best Friend? 

In short: what's a girl supposed to do? How can I be a supportive of my cheating best friend while not supporting her actions? Read...
Erin Khar   |   06.27.18   |   SHARE
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Inside the women’s restroom, it’s okay not to have it all together

All My Darkest Secrets Are Hidden In The Office Restroom

The modern office bathroom has become a place for things to be said and done that would never be uttered beyond its walls. Read...
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   04.6.18   |   SHARE
It’s easy to dismiss addiction as someone else’s problem, especially when you don’t look like an addict. Image: Jen Simon.

What It's Like To Expose Your Biggest Secret To The World — And Watch It Go Viral

I admitted to being an opioid addict in The Washington Post. I never thought I would tell my parents about my addiction, let alone the entire world, Read...
Jen Simon of Babble    |   07.7.16   |   SHARE
For me, losing weight was about learning what I needed to do and gradually forming a positive relationship with my body. Image: Matt Joseph Diaz

I Lost 270 Pounds. Here Are 3 Reasons I Don't Share My Weight-Loss “Secrets.”

Being asked about my weight-loss “secrets” make me uncomfortable. It feels very different from people wanting to know about my story. It feels like Read...
Matt Joseph Diaz    |   04.29.16   |   SHARE
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When South Korean Culture Celebrates 'No Means Yes'

Cult classic Oldboy illustrates complex socio-sexual morays among South Korean society. Read...
Giana Ciapponi    |   09.18.14   |   SHARE
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