Believing that we’ll never be free from history unless we’re honest about it, Jeannie Ralston examines her troubling experiences with race and her efforts to make amends.
We asked NextTribers for their GOOD memories from the year. We were encouraged to hear about moments, big and small, of beauty and meaning.
With everyone in the same spot doing the same thing (binge-watching, basically), that unsettling feeling, Fear of Missing Out, has been squashed. Can we keep it at bay?
After 33 years as an English teacher, Susan Beckham Zurenda used her long study of literature to write a haunting debut novel, Bells for Eli. Here she tells us why women our age make especially good novelists.
Jeannie Ralston isn’t bothered that she’s hitting 60, just that she’s hitting 60 without her usual fanfare. Has the time come to be more discreet about birthdays?
Dr. William Barrett has performed some 7,000 knee replacement surgeries as an orthopaedic surgeon, but it was as his wife’s caregiver after her knee replacement surgery that he saw the recovery process from a new perspective. Here, the Barretts share their personal experiences for anyone considering knee replacement.
We can find understanding if we make the effort. To prove it, a liberal and a Trump supporter talk about hot button issues—from the environment to abortion
We asked readers what they were playing to get them through these crazy days. Here are the songs to listen to when the suspense gets too much.
We asked NextTribe readers what they are doing to stay sane this election day, Here are the best ideas—from volunteering to rage cleaning to orgasming.
We are in for some tough days (maybe weeks!) of suspense ahead. Though humans naturally hate uncertainty, here are ideas for making it through.