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3 Ways the Japanese Art of Kintsugi Can Heal a Relationship

Using gold to fix broken objects can also help fix a relationship. Kintsugi is an ancient Japanese art that offers a profound metaphor for understanding human relationships. Meaning "golden repair," Kintsugi involves me…

Closest Friends Forever? Are Friendships Becoming Shorter?

And if so, can we change how friendships evolve? Be st friends forever, it’s something many of us who grew up in the 90's would write on our hands with markers. Most people I knew had at least one BFF. We imagined each other …

The Challenge of Women and Aging

Is it possible to feel more and less confident at the same time? As  I approach my 40th birthday next year, I find myself inundated with targeted ads online, all promising to make me look younger, healthier, and more beautiful. I…

The Benefits of Social Media You Might Be Missing

Yes, social media poses many challenges. They are designed to keep us hooked and release dopamine, making us spend much more time on them than we planned. Additionally, especially for young female teens, image-based platforms can…

3 Signs That a Relationship is Ready for Marriage

Being completely certain about choosing a lifelong partner is challenging. The possibility of viewing your partner through rose-colored glasses, only to discover you fell in love with an idea, can be overwhelming. Fortunately, sc…

Exploring Your Kid's Social Media Fun Journey

In today's digital era, guiding our preteens through their online fun journey can be a complex and challenging task filled with uncertainties and concerns. As parents, we struggle with finding the balance between allowing our…

Dealing with Loss from a Child's Perspective

Coping with loss is incredibly tough, both for kids and the adults who care for them and strive to understand their emotions. There's a lot to grasp. Behind the sorrow a child feels lies a complex mix of emotions and beliefs,…

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