"A friendship between college girls is grander and more dramatic than any romance," wrote Lena Dunham's character Hannah Horvath in "Girls." We'd argu...
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When you forgive yourself, you pay homage to that which is human in you -- the capacity to never stop learning and growing. When you forgive, you let go.
In light of all the worrying I do, any news about the benefits of using childcare makes me feel warm and fuzzy. And, this week, an article brought up a whole new argument in favor.
People screw up every day, and people suffer; that's the human condition. Sharing our stories, being supportive, offering some ideas for a path out, that's what love and friendship and art are for.
This charming and sensitive novel is about four women who reunite on the yoga mat ten years after their college graduation, and how their yoga practice and friendships help each of them find balance in their lives.
A book group offers so much more than just reading -- especially to women. They offer an escape from families, demanding kids, the laundry, and the drone of a ball game.
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