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Edie Weinstein almost worked herself to death. Now she’s sharing tips to maintain a happier, healthier lifestyle.
Steven Licardi explains how he keeps an open heart and mind when faced with screaming headlines and complex issues.
“Don’t compare your insides to another person’s outsides” and 9 other 21st Century truisms by Juliette Adams.
Algorithm this! Jenny Kanevsky says those ubiquitous Facebook quizzes take the social out of social media.
OK OK, she wasn’t Miley Cyrus. But recently several of my teen clients who role-play online have been experimenting with gender, sexual, and romantic orientation.
Social media is changing our perception of and participation in society. Sam De Silva poses that social media is a vehicle of personal and social reform.
Naomi Fryers shares words of support for a Melbourne man falsely accused of being a creep and smeared on social media.
Do we even remember life before everything we do could be recorded online and shared with the world?
If you’re waiting until your kids are teens before you talk about gender, sexuality, and personal privacy rights, you are starting too late.
You’re reading with the hopes that this is one of those bait-and-switch sensational articles, right?