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When someone you know struggles with fear and anxiety
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When someone you know struggles with fear and anxiety

Seven ways to encourage a loved one who needs help with their mental health.

Ask Izzy: Moving through infidelity when you live together
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Ask Izzy: Moving through infidelity when you live together

In this week's advice column: A reader is at a relationship crossroads with a distant partner.

Jack's Take: A Man Called Otto, race, and America
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Jack's Take: A Man Called Otto, race, and America

Jack reflects on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

What to do when your friends don't understand your mental health situation
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What to do when your friends don't understand your mental health situation

Seven suggestions to better manage your relationships with people who "just don't get" your mental health issues.

Ask Izzy: 20+ gender-neutral alternatives to "partner" and "significant other"
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Ask Izzy: 20+ gender-neutral alternatives to "partner" and "significant other"

In this week's advice column: new ways to describe the one you're with that goes beyond the binary.

7 reasons why you should get help for your fears and anxieties
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7 reasons why you should get help for your fears and anxieties

Getting professional help for dealing with your persistent fears and anxieties is the single most important step in your recovery.

How to know when you've met "the one"
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How to know when you've met "the one"

In this week's advice column: Is the person you're dating a long-term prospect?

Jack's Take: The lost arts of letter writing and friendship
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Jack's Take: The lost arts of letter writing and friendship

As the end of the year approaches, Jack reflects on family, friendship, and the lost art of handwritten letters.

Ask Izzy: How to know when you're smoking too much weed
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Ask Izzy: How to know when you're smoking too much weed

In this week's advice column: Some tips to manage anxiety around one's marijuana intake.

Why we need to stop weaponizing queerbaiting
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Why we need to stop weaponizing queerbaiting

For celebrities, a new rule has effectively been put into place: label yourself for the world if you want to avoid social persecution and keep your community. This needs to end soon.