In this column, members of the Tribe unload on pals who are self-absorbed or environment-ravagers. Can these friendships be saved?
Where does the line between a great and a good-enough relationship lie? One woman asks, and our answer guru calls it.
Meet a squad of amazing women: These two new books—one fiction, one not—will introduce you to fascinating characters who will inspire you to take on the world…or your corner of it.
When they met, they had so much in common (a broke, creative life in the city), but a couple of decades later, they’re drastically different. Should she hold onto a friendship that is unfulfilling out of guilt and nostalgia? Or is it time to let her old pal go?
In this month devoted to love, our advice genius tackles a tough one: What to do if you find The One very (and we mean very) soon after the death of his wife? Listen up.
Our advice guru answers the question many empty nesters agonize over: Should you let your college grad or drop-out crash at home indefinitely?
We all have questions about how to live in this crazy world, and now NextTribe has something for that: Our own super-plugged-in advice columnist. Here she tells us how to deal with an offensive bumper sticker (can you guess what it says?) on a borrowed car.
At the center of the funny, sad, sometimes sexy new novel, “Mrs. Fletcher,” is a single mom looking for love after her son leaves for college…maybe in the wrong places.
Two riveting new memoirs offer good girl/bad girl takes on midlife marriage. It’s all here: regrets, rewards, restlessness, ambivalence, comfort, sex, sexual fantasies. And maybe sexual dalliance.
Option B: When you can’t “lean in” (or barely stand)