Are you one of those people who finds a new “body hate site” and posts it everywhere to validate your outrage? We understand – but here’s why that might not be the most effective strategy, with tips for better ways to deal.
“Sometimes, it is all you can do to keep yourself breathing.” If you’re a trans woman of color who’s thinking about suicide, you’re not alone. Here are the lessons that helped this author keep breathing, even on the hardest days.
If a certain name (or names) popped into your head when you read the title of this article, it’s time to take those creeping thoughts seriously. These tips can help you figure out if your friendship is worth keeping.
If you’ve cared for a parent, child, or another loved one, you know it’s one of the most demanding positions to be in. It’s easy for caregivers to neglect their own health – here’s how you can make sure that doesn’t happen.
You probably think you’re being helpful if you “fix” things like this author’s parents did. But here are some ways to actually help your children become healthy adults – even if doing the opposite feels better.
This author had a lot of internalized fatphobia – but they didn’t deal with it until they started gaining weight. Facing your own fatphobia can be scary, but with these practical tips, you don’t have to deal on your own.
These touching stories say a lot about how long our society has to go in building safety and support for trans communities. Find out how these people are dealing, and if you can relate, their advice might help.