Janie Emaus is watching her mom’s memory fade away. She’s taking lessons from the family dog on how to get through it.
A trip to the savanna had always been on Kim Marshall’s bucket list…but going with her teenage son? Not so much. Here’s why it wound up being the adventure of a lifetime
Every parent wants their kids to get along, to support and love one another along life’s path—but what do you do when that doesn’t happen?
Guess which age group in America is most likely to cheat? The answer shocked us!
Stacey Tompkins is the free spirit in her family and brings out her mother’s inner wild child—but she never thought she could get her mom to do this.
Captain Wendy Rexon has not just one, but two daughters who pilot jets with her at Delta Airlines. How cool is that?
Here are our picks for films that reflect the complex experiences with our mothers and as mothers ourselves.
The “other” gift season: You got this!
Debby Waldman wanted to quit this crazy class, and bad. Here’s why she didn’t and the midlife lesson she learned.
At our gathering in Austin, NextTribe celebrated writers, musicians, artists, and powerful women everywhere. Because if we don’t do it, who will?
This storied cocktail has a fascinating history, reveals Jeanette Hurt. Every bit as delicious are the recipes and tips she serves up so you can enjoy this drink every which way.
Until her mid-50s, Stephanie Gangi identified herself in the context of men, but now she lives alone, happily centered—most of the time.
Robin Kavanagh takes an honest look at one of life’s hardest decisions: Realizing you can’t live with your child anymore.
Thirty years of marriage, a hefty dose of pet peeves, and one medical emergency taught Andrea Atkins a deep lesson about love.
Jeannie Ralston used to watch every episode of the HBO series with her sons. But it seems the wildly popular show may be suffering from what she calls “The Geezer Touch.”
Because modern conveniences can totally make our lives more hectic.
Many of us made a decision about leaving careers or not when we had kids. Here Amy Blacklock considers whether being a stay-at-home grandmother makes financial and personal sense.
Some broken friendships are able to be put back together years later. Sherry Amatenstein reports on the special value of having women in your life with the same deep roots.
Unfortunately, all too often, friends unintentionally shame, blame or send negative messages to the person going through the break-up. Walecia Konrad tells us what to do instead.
Talk about awkward: One woman’s mom and dad are planning to divvy up their estate in a waaaay unequal fashion. Our answer guru Cathi Hanauer has some smart advice.