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How Social Media Made My Holiday Season Depression So Much Worse

I soon realized that admiring everyone’s seemingly perfect life was making me spiral into a pit of holiday season depression and I couldn't climb out. Read...
Jen Glantz    |   11.8.18   |   SHARE
Minds
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I’ll Admit It: I’m A Crappy Facebook Friend

When it comes to Facebook, I find my usually adequate social skills are sometimes lacking. To put it bluntly, I am not a good Facebook friend. Read...
Sarah Garone    |   03.16.18   |   SHARE
Culture
I'm leaving Facebook to save myself from the anguish of my newsfeed during the holidays.

Why I'm Leaving Facebook During The Holidays

I'm leaving Facebook to save myself from the anguish of the 'tis the season shopping excursions and elaborate events that go hand-in-hand with the Read...
Crystal Ponti    |   11.17.17   |   SHARE
Minds
Google, Facebook, and Microsoft basically Silicon Valley committed what must be an unforgivable act of corporate greed —defending a website selling underage sex.

Silicon Valley Defended A Website Selling Underage Sex

Silicon Valley companies defending sex trafficking has made me question if good people — or even baseline-human people — actually exist anymore. Read...
Jess Lahitou    |   11.7.17   |   SHARE
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Ask Erin: Is He Single Or Not?

There’s someone I like, but I'm not sure if he's single or not. I met this guy online, we've been texting, and I'm starting to like him enough to Read...
Erin Khar   |   10.20.17   |   SHARE
Ask Erin
Instead of "Me, too" why don't we say, "I believe you"?

The "Me, Too" Viral Status Is Important, But Let's Talk About Something Else

It’s painful enough to have to revisit your abuse every time a new viral movement takes hold. What if, instead of “Me, too” we said, “I believe you? Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   10.16.17   |   SHARE
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Posting about my miscarriage on Facebook was the most cathartic thing I could have done for myself.

What Happened When I Posted About My Miscarriage On Facebook

Posting about my miscarriage on Facebook was the most cathartic thing I could have done for myself. It allowed me to validate my feelings. Read...
Kelly Burch    |   10.13.17   |   SHARE
Families
This is a beginner’s guide to mansplaining on Facebook (image credit: Tim Gouw via Unsplash)

A Beginner’s Guide To Mansplaining On Facebook

Right now, on Facebook and Twitter and other social media platforms, thousands of women are freely sharing knowledge, opinions, and personal Read...
Winona Dimeo-Ediger    |   09.13.17   |   SHARE
Culture