Whew, February was quite a month. It felt like time to do a bit of an update, so here I am.
Is it ever legitimate to get a little "hysterical?"
Do we tend to devalue the speech that confers empathy?
In 2016 I only read books by women. Here's why, and the ones I chose.
When you go to the emergency room, you're probably thinking more about relief than empathy. I know I was.
It's important that we ask questions when something as complex and nebulous as empathy starts to seem like a buzzword.
You're not dumb for believing fake news. Here's what you can do to combat it.
As I continue to process, I felt like I should share something here. So, in the vein of emphasizing the personal, here are some thoughts from my own journal.
When we cut ties with people over election-induced disagreements, the reasons are more nuanced than you think.
Transparency is important, but so is avoiding playing into the "rigged election" narrative.
A lot of things are different around here!
I have been thinking a lot about Denmark, recently.
Last week, the New York Times published a piece about friendship — or lack thereof — that quickly went viral.
I have been doing a lot of research on empathy, and I’m starting to see its potential application almost everywhere I look.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of a two hour trek on Metro North Railroad, so I decided to catch up on podcasts.
I love the First Amendment. I really do. It’s why I have my job. It’s why you get to watch bro movies and cooking shows on Netflix. It’s a big part of the reason that this country even exists.
It’s a story that’s made for a lot of great headlines: almonds and avocados are “unhealthy,”...
I survived! I’m now a married lady. What’s different? I’m a little sunburned from the honeymoon. I’m wearing two rings now instead of one.
I don’t know anything about being a wife yet, so hopefully that headline didn’t fool you into thinking you’d find advice here.