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Everyone says communication is the most important part of a relationship – but what does healthy communication actually look like? If you’re stuck on this question, Celia Edell has practical tips to help.
Do you believe that you can’t love someone else until you love yourself? This idea has good intentions – but are we missing something when we say it? Here’s Celia Edell with some smart insights on this saying.
“Women are so good at this!” The harm of negative stereotypes is pretty obvious – but is a stereotype that seems like a compliment really any better? Celia Edell explains how “positive” stereotypes are worse than you may think.
Have you ever said, “Oh, I didn’t know it was racist” when you were called out for racism? It happens a lot. Celia Edell’s breaking down how this phrase relates to “white ignorance” – and how it misses the point.