A devastated husband–on a mission to bring attention to mental health, depression and menopause–thinks his wife might be alive still if she’d gotten treatment.
One mom is floored that her son doesn’t want to share her special day—but the Answer Queen offers some perspective on what’s really going on.
We’ve looked high and low for gifts you’ll want to give and GET. Bonus: Many of these items are made by businesses owned or run by NextTribe members.
When Susan Lapinski’s 5-year-old granddaughter asked for a Barbie, she contemplated the iconic doll’s impact on her and her daughters and what’s different today.
It can be hard to swallow (pun intended) when your foodie kids outshine you in the kitchen. Should you be proud? Or offended? Sally Koslow looks at why she had to step up her cooking game.
Who’s cooking in your kitchen over the holidays? At Patrice Nicholas’s house, her husband mans the Cuisinart and the Le Creuset (and we do mean “man”). But before you hate her, read this.
Haven’t we had enough blackness and bleakness over the past 2 years? Brighten up this winter with these beautiful coats we’ve found for you.
She had a front row seat to major moments in recent history, but Lisa Marsh thinks her memoir Going There misses the opportunity for a woman’s important perspective–and for true introspection.
She used to gallop bareback on her beloved horse, but could Carol Flake Chapman rediscover that wild part of herself now on the steppes of Mongolia?
Instead of fixating on adventures we’ve yet to have, what if our bucket list was devoted to experiences we didn’t appreciate at the time or gave up on too easily?
Stress depresses testosterone production, which could lead to more cases of male menopause. Brace yourself for this to become a national emergency.
Her mom’s muffin recipe made her feel better as a kid. Now it’s Janet Siroto’s turn to return the favor. Here she explores the symmetry of family love expressed through baking.
Most every woman has a bit of an identity crisis when she realizes her looks don’t synch with her self-perception. Lisa Marsh explains how to handle it with grace and moxie.
The cast of the new Sex and the City sequel talks about the sexism and stigma around aging and how their new show fills the “missing chapter.”
This inspirational artist didn’t sell her first piece until she was in her 80s. Now she’s the hottest thing on the market and featured in a new book.