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Emotional Health · Health

Dr. Ford on Emotional Health: Our Grown Children Still Need Us

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

Parents, of course, want the best for their children from the moment they are born and are used to doing everything they can to help them. Continuing that support into adulthood has spread, experts say, largely because the economy of the last decade has fallen short in generating good job opportunities for their millennial children.

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Arts & Culture · Books · News

Sheryl Sandberg Made Me Cry

By Susan Abel Lieberman
By Susan Lieberman

An hour into reading “Lean In” on a plane trip home, I found myself crying. It hit me hard that I hadn’t leaned in, and instinctively I was aware that I hadn’t done so because I feared what it would do to my marriage.

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News

Wednesday 5: Women in Media, the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By Women's Voices For Change
This week we focus on the woman and the image. There's a growing movement among photographers to counter the culture of perfection in the portrayal of women's bodies; Getty Images has launched a new initiative devoted to the powerful depiction of women; the good, the bad, and the ugly in the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty; The Representation Project puts together a year in review of women in the media; and where are the women in late-night television?
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Technology

Tech Tuesday: Where are the Women in Tech?

By Alexandra Boghosian
By Alexandra Boghosian

Last weekend I saw the movie "Jobs," about Steve Jobs and the tumultuous times of Apple. I could not help but notice the lack of women in the movie. What does Apple look like today for women? What about other tech giants?

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Technology

My Computer Hates Me

By Alexandra Boghosian
By Alexandra Boghosian

I suspect that women utter this helpless phrase, "My computer hates me," more frequently than men do, thereby putting themselves in passive roles when it comes to technology.

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