A Trusted Friend in a Complicated World


Interpersonal relationships are a vital part of everyday life. We know relationships aren’t perfect, but we can help guide you through advice on how to fix common issues, things you should and shouldn’t say to the people in your life, and, of course, roundups of funny cartoons and quotes to remind you that laughter can be the best medicine.

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8 Children’s Nursery Rhymes That Are Actually Racist

Can a catchy little rhyme really be that problematic? Yes—and it’s one way racism was inextricably woven into American life. Get ready to cringe at these childhood favorites.

How Pink and Blue Became the “Girl” and “Boy” Baby Colors

Pink was once considered to be for boys (seriously)!

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13 Most Famous Sister Rivalries in History

Sisters always share a deep bond—and sometimes, they share an even deeper rivalry.

Here’s How Royal Births Changed After One Doctor Came Along

In honor of the the third royal baby, here's some history on royal births.

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7 Fun Ways to Celebrate Presidents’ Day with Your Children

A distinctly American holiday, Presidents' Day was originally established to recognize the contributions of George Washington, and later expanded to...

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Does Gender Have a Color?

We outline the checkered history of pink and blue for boys and girls.