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?
Was her rescue dog a spaniel? A retriever? Something else entirely? Leah Ingram forked over some cash for pet DNA kits. What she learned was equal parts shocking and disappointing.
We’re out there in droves: Women who may not have given birth to babies but have pets we love heart and soul. So why, asks Nina Malkin, do we have to put up with jokes, jabs, and eye-rolls from those around us?
Half a lifetime ago, Diane Cole took a transformative trip with her first husband. Could she—should she—recreate it with her second spouse?
“Only sleep with guys who aren’t really right for you.” This is the kind of advice Sherri Eisenberg got when she waded into the online-dating waters. Here, she shares her adventures, the counter-intuitive rules, and the bit of advice that really and truly works.
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.
Wendi McLendon-Covey has learned some important life lessons from playing her role on “The Goldbergs.” Here, she tells us why Betty White is her role model and shares the secret to her great marriage (it’s got nothing to do with sex).
Doug and Dee Bynum fell in love twice. Once when the world was new and, years later, when age and experience added richness to the romance. It worked for them. Could it also for you?
Talk about turnarounds! Burnt out from watching couples part ways, Beth Liebling decided to help people stay (very close) together with a boutique that sells items both lacy and racy.
What if you could live by the water with pals, loads of good food and laughs? Would that be too much to ask? Christine Grillo explores what her retirement commune fantasy might look like.