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Lessons learned while COVID binge-watching

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Marathon viewing included: "The Affair," "Dead to Me," "Ozark," "Liar" and "This Much I Know is True." All had one thing in common: These folks lived messy lives.

Weary, worried and feeling out of control: This is life in the time of the coronavirus

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Wherever we are during this strange time, it would be wise to learn the art of bending and swaying.

Life in the ‘fifth season’ brings new perspective

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During this uncomfortable season we shared a strange dance between loss and gain and life and death.

Coronavirus tilted our world, but perhaps the crisis has nudged us back to what matters

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The coronavirus crisis came as thoughts of spring blooms and sunshine filled our world, which suddenly became very dark indeed. But in our new reality, perhaps we are being nudged back to what truly matters. Column by Celia Marszal-Iannelli.

Know — and take care of — yourself

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When we think of loss, we usually associate it with the death of a loved one. And, yes, the loss of a...

What is love? It’s complicated.

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Love has been elusive to define throughout the ages.

Ghosted: Being excessed hurts

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Ghosting happens in different contexts and situations, but it always hurts.

Divisive times breed a new kind of holiday stress: guest anxiety

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How sad that things on both sides of the aisle (or Christmas table), have disintegrated to such a degree that folks are perpetually full of angst.

Oh, the drama! Why do some people thrive on it?

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You know the type. Everything is a crisis. Everything is always all about them.

Don’t patronize us because we’re older

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Tired of being spoken to like a child? Or told you're 'adorable?' Or that you 'look good for your age?'
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