Page Leggett is a freelance writer and editor based in her hometown of Charlotte, N.C. She writes regularly for the Charlotte Observer, Business North Carolina, and other local and regional publications.
Even after the US surpassed more than 250,000 American lives lost to the virus, there are still—somehow!—people who believe the virus is a hoax.
A behavioral psychologist says the first step to coping with a different Thanksgiving is acknowledging the strangeness of the times.
Whether online or in person, Thanksgiving gatherings are likely to be politically tense this year. Here’s how to keep peace with more strident relatives and speak up without ruining dinner, too.
We asked Theresa Nguyen of Mental Health America: How can we possibly go to sleep on the night of such a consequential election?
No matter who your candidate of choice is, you’re likely to be anxious and preoccupied on Election Day. Here are several things you can do to help make it through Tuesday.
Being forced to break with long-time traditions, especially during the holidays, can lead to sadness, frustration, and a feeling of disconnectedness. Here are some ways to cope.
A new poll found that roughly two-thirds of Americans say they felt nervous, lonely, or hopeless recently. One self-described introvert shares her story.