When every sunrise seems to bring with it an end-of-days quality, you begin to start thinking more about dying than living. Jeannie Ralston knew just the person to fix that feeling.
COVID has altered everything, including how we watch TV shows. NextTribe’s own experts explain how they manage their obsessions, including why and when a series is worth losing sleep over.
For decades Kittie Weston-Knauer had been living in pain from osteoarthritis. In her 60s she finally got knee replacement surgery and now she is back to her active life, feeling whole and healthy. Her only regret is that she waited so long.
Hearing trouble feels like incontrovertible proof that we’re sliding to the far end of our calendars. But if we get our eyes checked, why not our ears? Here’s one couple’s story.
As we celebrate a century of women’s access to the ballot box, we look at a pattern that still persists from the early days—the not-so-independent vote of some women.
Knowing that we’re not alone can lift us out of the general malaise many of us are feeling right now. That’s what makes Michelle Obama’s admission so powerful.
There’s a saying, “To have good friends you need to be a good friend.” Author Amy Ferris and Marta Kauffman, co-creator of Grace and Frankie, show us how that works.
At a recent NextTribe event, filmmaker Muffie Meyer talked about her friendship with Little Edie Beale and the political references edited out of the cult classic documentary.
Though the “Karen” meme does some good, it could become generalized to all middle-aged white women. We offer insights and an antidote to shift the attention where it belongs.
Esther Salas, a federal judge, was targeted by a vengeful “anti-feminist” and her son paid the price. Here’s why we should have known the killer would strike.