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Graceful, intimate, and at the same time touching issues that are universal, the poems in 'Eve and All the Wrong Men' will offer a keen eye for observation of the little comforts that can illuminate everyday contemporary life.
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Ecotherapy is a new kind of psychotherapy that embraces the healing power of the natural world. The basic premise is that by connecting with nature—plants, animals, wind, sun, sky, water, etc.—we experience a spiritual and emotional connection with the world and are able to feel more at peace and grounded.
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In the last several years, we've seen a good number of girlfriend-power movies. I applaud Amy Poehler and her team for delivering a buddy movie that focuses on women. Hopefully, it will pave the way for more (and maybe even better ones).
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Doctor Megan Riddle responds to a question from the mother of a child with ADHD to help us better understand Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and its impact on adults. 
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This poem is about thirst and how a life of thirst then quenched with a fistful of water can make you contend with all the women you could have been, the children you could have had, and the ever-changing body you are given.
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The past ten years have seen an explosion of interest in and controversy about just what comprises healthy eating. As a result, new diets and regimes abound.
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Female presidents of the United States may be in short supply (or, sadly, in no supply) in the real world, but they've become surprisingly common on screens big and small.
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The Supreme Court of the United States was an exclusively male preserve for 192 years. Not until 1981, when President Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor to be the first woman justice, did the Court gain the benefit of a woman’s perspective and expertise. “In the fall of 1983, in an article poking fun at government acronyms, The New York…
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So many events from the past reappear in a different light, and in that light how often my parenting was found wanting. Can any mother escape blame? We are fallen gods. — Meryl Natchez
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Here, chosen from Our Archives, are reflections on how well or disappointingly each of five very different mothers inhabited that “role of a lifetime”—from her daughter’s point of view.
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