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Rethinking the College Mental Health Crisis: Do Bubble Wrap and Special Snowflake Myths Prevent a Vision for Needed Change?
Dr. Kristen Lee
Recovering Perfectionist, Behavioral Science Expert, Author of...
Boomers: Therapy? That's for crazy people. Generation X: I saw my first therapist when I was an adult. Millennials: Embarrassed
Open Hands, Open Heart
TV Writer, Speechwriter, Pundit
Columnists tend to write about negative things. Especially in a world where going negative translates into more clicks. And
Dare to be an innovative entrepreneur. The Celebrity Wishmaker Simonetta Lein Meets Millennial Social Media Pioneers Asia Zukowska & Karol Pokojowczyk
Here to inspire. The Celebrity Wishmaker. www. thewishmaker.us...
What is your final message for our readers? Asia: As you certainly know, many millions of users use Instagram every day. So
A Liberal Arts Major's Guide To Handling #ThanksgivingClapBacks
blogger, equal opportunity enthusiast
Twitter will tell you to be a savage. Come to the function with enough clapbacks for the dinner table at Thanksgiving and
Can The Financial Industry Keep Up With Millennials (And Others)?
Edrizio De La Cruz
Regalii co-founder. Wharton alum. Spearheading latino entrepre...
There's hardly a week that goes by without a fresh perspective on how millennials are changing -- if not disrupting -- a legacy industry. From where I sit -- as founder of a fintech company that has a large and diverse following (not just millennials) -- there are at least three reasons for this.
Today's Tech-Savvy Kids Are Tomorrow's Investors
A founding member of Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference LLP that ...
Millennials: tech-savvy, do-it-yourselfers Finally, given that 66% of kids ages 6 to 11 say that online gaming is their primary
5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Being A Married, Childless 20-Something
Contemporary romance author, high school English teacher, anim...
"A childfree life is not a carefree life."
7 Times Adulting Punched Me in the Face
The first time I filed my taxes on my own was quite the experience. Here are a few thoughts I had during the process: So
Bernie is the Future
Author, Humorist, Workshop Leader
As many have pointed out, it is interesting indeed that the "oldest" candidate is having the most success activating the youngest voters. This is as it should be. For too long, the generations in this country have existed in separate cultural silos.
Snapchat and Chill: TV's New Language
CEO of The Comic Genome Project
Regardless of your definition of TV (broadcast, cable, Netflix and even YouTube) -- networks continue to boast about viewership
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
24 Everyday Reminders
We all experience some form of adversity throughout our lives. It is important to be mindful of that fact in our everyday interactions with others. With mindfulness you're able to acknowledge that the idea of 'otherness' doesn't really exist.
What Every American Should Know
Americans, both new and old, are faced with a challenge. We must make a common culture that mirrors our new America -- an America where "us" is no longer "white" by default, where the population has never been more diverse, where our role in the world is shifting rapidly.
This Is What Mental Illness Looks Like
If you -- or someone you know -- need help, please call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. If you
HOME & LIVING
Unsocial Media: Everyone is Talking, but Nobody is Saying a Word.
Writer / Tech Junkie
Life is amazing and the experiences afforded to us are a blessing. When are we going to stop focusing on what everyone else
Luxury Food Infusions: The New Trend to Watch
Lauren deLisa Coleman
Digi-cultural trend analyst, author, speaker, consultant and p...
Leading this new trend is someone who many years ago would have seemed an unlikely candidate. Enter chef JR Robinson.
Open Your Mind and Find a Passion
President, Bentley University
When students open their minds to pursue their passions, they will discover the very best version of themselves, and learn what living really means.
A Neophyte's Guide to Hackathons
Author + Speaker, "Thought Revolution"
I decided to take part in a hackathon recently to see what was causing all the buzz in the business world. I also developed a primer for hackathon neophytes, along with reasons why you should give this latest problem-solving methodology a try.
A Katrina Kid's Reflection on 10th Anniversary Coverage
Talmon Joseph Smith
NYU Arthur L. Carter Institute Scholar-in-Residence
With opinions surrounding Katrina as widely colored and as deeply layered as our king cakes during carnival season, I did my best not to go into the interview series with a predetermined angle or scope for fear of skewing the story through confirmation bias.
Confessions of a Latina Arrepentida
After suffering through too many inauthentic portrayals of both Latinas and the Magic City on screen, I decided to do something about it. Because I'll be DAMNED if another feisty Cuban girl in the 305 is growing up resenting her heritage, too.
How to Power Network Like a Relationship Coach
Author of 'Love @ First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Da...
As the founder of a digital dating consultancy, I know that relationship development really begins when you meet offline. To create meaningful connections, you need to put the phone down. Face-to-face is the new FaceTime. But even for me, saying hello at a networking event isn't always easy.
Need a Business Idea? Ask Yourself These Questions to Start a Business You'll Love
Lifestyle business coach @ Unsettle.org
You want to find work you love. You want to know that you're making an impact. You want to feel excited about what you're doing. But the problem is, you don't know what type of work that should be.
Gear Up for Your Freshman Year
Writer, multimedia journalist, blogger, and public speaker.
If you're about to start your freshman year of college, you're likely having a lot of mixed feelings. The best way to channel your excitement and calm your anxiety is to go into college with a plan that will help you be successful in your academic studies, professional dreams, and personal life.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Finding Your Purpose: The Secret Sauce of Success
Blogger, 'Changing Tides of Health'
Why Nobody Under 25 Can Truly Afford to Live in N.Y.C.
An authentic and energetic twenty-something year old who loves...
Our grandparents are so concerned we won't have a savings account, but how could we possibly when we may only be able to put away $1,000 a year? So yes, I left New York City really pissed off.
The Millennial's Secret To Success? Living At Home
Life is infinitely easier with support and guidance. Now that you have the tools to embrace your future with confidence, let
As U.S. Home Ownership Hits a 20-Year Low, Can the Recovery Be for Real?
CEO of Country Risk Solutions and widely published author on c...
Just released data from the U.S. Census Bureau paint a different picture, questioning a fundamental measure of economic health - home ownership levels -- which begs the question, is it all a mirage?
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