It can be hard to swallow (pun intended) when your foodie kids outshine you in the kitchen. Should you be proud? Or offended? Sally Koslow looks at why she had to step up her cooking game.
We’ve got gifts galore for women over 50—for your friends of course, but also for someone you often overlook: your own dear self.
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?
Setting personal boundaries is sometimes hard. Here’s a clear guide on how to do it and how to tell when you’re NOT doing it well.
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.
After 40 years of marriage, one woman wonders if she still needs to perform her “wifely duties.” The Answer Queen weighs in.
In New York City this week, NextTribe brought women together to embrace our age and appreciate the sense of confidence and freedom that comes with growing older.
Helping her guy get acclimated to the wonderful world of social media seemed like a good idea, but it sure threw Liane Kupferberg Carter some curveballs.
When a pal is diagnosed with something serious, it’s hard to know the right way to support her. Janet Siroto gets wise advice from an expert who knows both sides of the issue.
When it comes to Facebook, Viagra is A-Okay. But lubricants for menopausal women? Not so much.
Debby Waldman’s mom was supposed to leave her a Cape Cod cottage—but real life changed all that. How the author found a silver lining.
A quick getaway sounded like a fun idea—but being on the road with her extra-exacting husband was something altogether different, Mary Kay Jordan Fleming discovered.
This inspiring woman is on the job and helping people with autism.
We all have great hopes for our kids’ future. But how does a mother handle the disappointment when her adult child can’t live up to her potential?
Bernadette Noll’s tribute to her sister went viral—but she didn’t get any credit! Get to know the author of the ‘I Want to Age Like Sea Glass’ poem.
If your spouse cheated, would you fight to save your marriage? Beverly Willett did—and it transformed her life. Here, the author of the new memoir Disassembly Required, shares what happened next with Lorraine Glennon
New research says females aren’t the reason for low frequency.
As she gathers with the pals she grew up with to mark their 60th year, Julie Bonnin reflects on the amazing, life-shaping power of high school friendships.
Emmy winner Cindy Chupack talks about creating her on-target new movie that’s all about the laughter and tears behind motherhood and friendship at this stage of life.
Up late at summer camp, Kate Stone Lombardi watched the grainy images. Now, half a century later, she reflects on where our culture has landed.