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Emotional Health · Relationships & Dating

Common Online Dating Fears: What’s Stopping You?

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
Dr. Cecilia Ford

Internet dating is the 21st century version of the blind date. It has replaced the hook-ups of the eighties, the bar scene of the seventies, the rock festivals of the sixties, and the mixers of the fifties, as the way men and women meet and get together. And who’s leading the digital dating pack? The New York Times reports that singles 55 and up “are visiting American dating sites more than any other age group.”

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News

A Moment That All Women Can Celebrate

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
By Laura Baudo Sillerman

Her name was Constance Laibe Hays. She had several beats at the New York Times before she died at 44. Today when Jill Abramson’s appointment as executive editor of The Times was announced I could hear her cheer.

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Lifestyle

On “Fighting Spirit”

By Joann Ferrara
By Joann Ferrara

As a physical therapist for more than thirty years, I have witnessed time and again patients who surpass their expected potential due to sheer willpower and “fighting spirit.”

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Fitness · Lifestyle · Politics

Serena Williams: A defense of angry women, on and off the court

By Women's Voices For Change
Pretty good discussion in the Daily News on the Serena Williams rant at the US Open: For six years now, Serena Williams has been an overbearing study in underachievement at Flushing Meadows. She has had legitimate alibis along the way, from injury to personal tragedy, but still the U.S. Open failures mounted, the stomping of sneakers didn’t help, and there…
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