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Dating Over 50: It's OK To Be Nervous, But Don't Let That Stop You

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How To Start Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Good Anxiety Does Exist. Here's How You Can Benefit From It

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Receiving Feedback Doesn't Have To Be Scary. Here's How You Can Get Most Out Of It

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Looking For A New Apartment? Here's A Checklist To Help With The Housing Hunt

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5 Tips To Help You Give Good Feedback

Massella Dukuly understands that the simple act of giving somebody feedback can be terrifying. But her job as director of learning and development at LifeLabs Learning is to teach people how to give good feedback.

5 Tips To Help You Give Good Feedback

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Don't Focus On Kids' Weight Gain. Focus On Healthy Habits Instead

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Looking For Love At First Swipe? Here's How To Make Dating Apps Work For You

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In her new book, The Family Firm, economist Emily Oster suggests using strategies from the business world to make tough decisions easier for your school-aged kids and family. Photo Illustration by Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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Get Your Family Running More Smoothly With Tricks From Running Small Businesses

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Want To Teach Your Kids About Money? Start By Including Them In The Conversation

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A relationship contract is a tool for couples to express their needs and work together to craft the parameters of their own unique relationship roadmap. Marie Bertrand/Getty Images hide caption

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From Housework To Sex, Here's How Relationship Contracts Can Help Couples

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Illustration of a person standing in front of a life-sized chart showing different colors in waves and lines representing them balancing their stock portfolio. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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New To Investing? Here Are Some Common Mistakes To Avoid And Tips To Follow

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