Picture a recently divorced woman. She's usually depressed, distraught and emotional -- right?
Wrong, according to new research out of London's Kin...
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Over time the prime directive of feminism seemed to get inflected from power to happiness, such that today, when individual women find themselves struggling with the opportunities that feminism secured, they become walking indictments of feminism.
By Sue Shellenbarger
How much does your own happiness depend on your spouse’s mood?
Quite a lot, according to a new study which found...
According to statistics, people who have one or more pets in their homes lead happier lives, are considerably healthier, live longer and weigh less than those who don't.
Marcus Buckingham and Dr. Phil give out excellent advice, they do. But their advice is male-oriented. Good, excellent, top of the line, but still coming from a man's perspective.
A perfect antidote to prior feminist ideologies of "doing it all," the slow movement urges women to prioritize their health, unplug and recharge, unitask, and take time for their own happiness.
Each time a woman shares her truth about her insecurities, questions, doubts, addictions, abuse as well as her feelings of power, it heals another woman.
Living in Colorado is like going back in time, or perhaps stepping through a "nice portal."
Men are becoming more like women and so men are starting to face the same multitude of choices that women tackle.
To me, the root cause of dissatisfaction and unhappiness often lies in the areas of focus we choose for ourselves.
Whether it's our sexual, work, love or beauty, women have far more control over these areas of our lives than they did 40 or more years ago.
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