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Ayelet Waldman explores the farthest reaches of self-help.
“Hope and unity are not things that you find. They are things you have to make.“
Fueled by social media, ‘Good Bones’ became a barometer of our anxiety.
Three minutes and three breaths can change your whole outlook, according to this guru.
We tried the bedtime book “The Little Elephant Who Wants to Go to Sleep.”
Written with James Patterson, “Give Please a Chance” is not a parody.
Antoine Leiris, a widowed father, told ISIS that it would not have his hatred.
The audio editionnarrated by Natalie Portman, is suggested for adults only. You’ll probably want to heed that.
‘Trump crossed a line,’ says Regena Thomashauer, but we can turn that word into something empowering.