What hope do we have if a supermodel in her 50s can’t get a man through dating apps? Actually…one of her fans might have found her perfect mate.
Once her youngest left home, Jeannie Ralston sank into a depression that mirrored one she’d battled 17 years earlier. Here’s how she rescued herself.
On a quest to find a new man, Carolyn Lee Arnold challenged herself to go on 50 first dates. She expected ups and downs, but never this.
Are you admiring sea glass on the beach this summer? Meet the woman who saw an apt metaphor for life in the lovely stones and wrote a poem for her sister that went viral.
It’s very likely that more women our age are having sex—great sex, frequent sex, with and without a partner—than anyone ever imagined. Here’s why we think that.
Michele Willens was afraid that COVID had made her immune to true emotion about death. Here’s what she discovered when a loved one passed.
When she became a mom, Sharon Waldrop let go of her passion for rock-n-roll. Then, 25 years later, her college-aged son gave her the most liberating gift.
Some pals stick with you through thick and thin, sickness and health, trauma and heartache, while other friendships fizzle at the first bump. Janice Eidus looks at what makes or breaks these key relationships.
You’ve been dying to travel again, but sometimes a quick getaway with your husband can turn into nothing but frustration and folly, Mary Kay Fleming discovered.
Back in restaurants, many of us are once again claiming our place at the long, tall table, even if we’re by ourselves. Michele Willens toasts this freedom.