We all have questions about how to live in this crazy world, and now NextTribe has something for that: Our own super-plugged-in advice columnist. Here she tells us how to deal with an offensive bumper sticker (can you guess what it says?) on a borrowed car.
Our article on boomer marriages dissolving at double the usual rate got the Tribe talking. Come listen in.
How does your extended family give gifts? And how’s that working for you? Ellesor Holder reports on the un-Christmasy sentiments that fire up every December 25th.
When she lost her husband at 52, Terry Hayward became a subset of a subset—a widow among so many divorcees—which sometimes made her path harder, and sometimes more manageable.
Sara Lukinson never imagined she’d have so many men in her life or what they’d come to mean to her at this age.
If a Democrat can be friends with Ann Coulter, isn’t there hope the rest of us can all get along?
Embrace them or curse them, birthdays mark time and transitions and some do a better job than others. Here Ayun Halliday looks back on her greatest hits.
In this new column, we compare two products or services in a given category to let you know how they stack up. We start with a magical meal-kit tour.
Can you scratch a step-relation and find a soul mate? Sheila Weller did, and it saved her marriage almost before it began.
Two riveting new memoirs offer good girl/bad girl takes on midlife marriage. It’s all here: regrets, rewards, restlessness, ambivalence, comfort, sex, sexual fantasies. And maybe sexual dalliance.