Sheryl Kraft is worried about her husband’s ever-smaller circle of pals. How can she help? Is it even her place to help?
There’s a new trend in dementia care that lets patients and caregivers socialize together.
She was an empty-nester with a big house. They were local students in need of housing. Brenda Atchison shares her story of a match made in heaven.
Forget the golf courses of Florida or Arizona. Here’s why Boomers are craving urban life in record numbers.
It’s always hard to know what will make a bereaved friend feel better or worse. For starters, follow this simple rule: Say less, do more.
Was it his fault? Hers? Both? Neither? One woman navigates the hard path ahead as 29 years of coupledom unravel—and finds a strange positive side.
In our survey, you unloaded some of your stress and we sure appreciate it. Here we share the three things that really turn up the pressure for you and more.
They had different travel styles that sometimes threatened the joy of vacationing together, but on a trip across the globe Valerie Frankel and her husband found new ways to relate.
Carol Novello and Ginny Graves share the surprising truth about how animals can read us and what that means for our mental health.
As her youngest was about to leave for college, Hillary Quinn thought the last thing she needed was a dog. A heartbreaking development proved she was wrong.