There’s a pervasive misconception that forgiveness means pardon and reconciliation—particularly with sexual abuse. #MeToo is our chance for an upgrade. Years ago, I was raped by a man I dated briefly.
Harvard followed 800 people over the course of multiple decades and found 6 things that make people live longer, happier
• Harvard followed 800 people for their entire lives to see what actually makes people live happier, healthier, and longer.• One of the three samples of people — 268 Harvard graduates born around 1920
It appears we’re in the midst of yet another Twitter backlash. Marquee users have been slowly backing away from their feeds (or slipping off the grid entirely); last week, Twitter’s stock plunged by more
Go ahead, swoon. We won't stop you. You can never go wrong with a touch of blue in an interior. From rich and royal to pale or pungent, you're sure to find a blue hue that suits your style and adds spunk
From Ronan Farrow to Abby Wambach, here are some words of wisdom that can motivate you, whether you’re a recent graduate or not. When you’re starting something new, it can help to hear from someone who’s
When John Wick and his wife, Peggy Rathmann, bought their ranch in Marin County, Calif., in 1998, it was mostly because they needed more space. Rathmann is an acclaimed children’s book author — “Officer
Nobody knows when "The Big One" is going to hit California, but here's how experts think it will play out when it does. California is the land of beaches, mountains, and all the legal marijuana you can
Tech & Media Upset about how much of your data Facebook has? Wait until you see what Google has got on you. Dylan Curran, an information technology consultant, took a look at just what Google knew about
LONDON — The whistle-blower Christopher Wylie held a roomful of British lawmakers rapt for three and a half hours on Tuesday, like a pink-haired, nose-ringed oracle sent from the future to explain data.
Renovations have become a national pastime, but there is nothing wrong with your house A few months ago, I received an email from a woman who had bought a 1964 ranch with all its original interiors: wood
By Carolyn Hax Carolyn Hax Advice columnist Email Bio Follow Adapted from a recent online discussion. Dear Carolyn: Like other people who provide services to others in trouble, do you ever feel burned
Eventually it happens to everyone. As we age, even if we're healthy, the heart becomes less flexible, more stiff and just isn't as efficient in processing oxygen as it used to be. In most people the first
The fountain of youth is a forest. Trees cast off years and grant health and cheer, or so transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson claimed in his 1836 essay “Nature.” ”In the woods,” he wrote, “I feel that
Not everyone thinks the same way. Here’s how to repurpose a three-decade-old management theory to tailor your message to just about anybody. The VP of finance for a major multinational company recently