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Can you ever really grow up if you don’t do anything for yourself?
Ask Polly: Now That We’re In Our 30s, My Friends Are Abandoning Me!
Sometimes people just don’t show up for you.
Maybe You Should Just Never Retire
It’s not like the baby-boomers are going to leave any Social Security funding for the rest of us, anyway.
Rich, Famous Couple Finally Moves Out of Parents’ House
A big step for two adults and their children.
expectations versus reality
How Being Optimistic in Your Teens Comes Back to Haunt You in Your 30s
So no one told you life was gonna be this way?
Millennials’ Parents Can’t Stop Meddling. How Big a Problem Is That?
They’re even showing up in the workplace.
9 Friends Who Made Me Who I Am
All the people I called “best friend,” from kindergarten through college.
Here’s How Those Darn Millennials Define Adulthood
Jennifer Aniston Admits She Was Way Awkward in Her Thirties
Just unbearably gawky.
The Claire Danes Guide to Getting Over Teen Bullies
She shared a junior-high bully with Morena Baccarin.
Winona Ryder on Nineties Nostalgia and Getting Older
“It’s interesting for me now to be the older one, because I was always the kid.”