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Marina Heintze creates artwork to pay tribute to the family members she lost during the Holocaust. This piece is titled "Nana Rocks." Courtesy of Marina Heintze hide caption

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8 listeners share the powerful ways they keep in touch with their ancestors

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Dear Life Kit: My folks guilt-trip me into spending the holidays with them

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"Racial imposter syndrome" is definitely "a thing," for many people. Shereen and Gene hear from biracial and multi-ethnic listeners who connect with feeling "fake" or inauthentic in some part of their racial or ethnic heritage. Social scientists weigh in the need basic need for belonging. Kristen Uroda for NPR hide caption

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Traveling for the holidays? 7 tips to help you keep your cool

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Thousands of fans have showed up across the U.S., Spain and Latin America to see legendary singer Joan Manuel Serrat on his farewell tour. Tania Victoria/Secretary of Culture of Mexico City hide caption

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Dear Life Kit: My boyfriend's relationship with his coworker makes me uncomfortable

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Stop hurting your own feelings: Tips on quashing negative self-talk

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3 personal safety tips to help you protect yourself on a night out

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The key to hosting a successful theme party? Start planning early

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9 more ways to show your friends you love them, recommended by NPR listeners

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I always avoided family duties. Then my dad had a fall and everything changed

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How to make networking events less awkward: Be a croissant, not a bagel

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How to stop stewing about something you've taken (a little too) personally

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How to change your kid's behavior, according to the host of a hit parenting podcast

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