Kathleen Wong


Articles by Kathleen Wong

Laughter: It’s Good for Your Health

You know laughing feels good, but did you know it benefits the body too?

The late television personality Milton Berle knew what he was saying when he uttered, “Laughter is an instant vacation.” Take yourself back to a time when you just couldn’t contain your laughter. The moment was so blissful and authentic that it could never be recreated. As great as that moment felt emotionally, it was also […]

Foolproof Tips for Going Vegan

The process of becoming a vegan may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few low-lift tips to help get you started.

You probably already know that a plant-based diet is better for living a healthier, longer life (and helping the planet do the same). Vegans tend to treat the Earth better as a whole by paying more attention to where their food is sourced. But if you’ve adopted the belief that going vegan or vegetarian is just […]

How to Spot a Sociopath and Avoid Getting Into a Relationship with One

Learn to recognize the remorseless with this simple tip from The Sociopath Next Door author, Martha Stout, Ph.D.

We all can recognize a sociopathic character in either a book, movie or television program. And the thought of encountering a person that displays these types of traits in our own lives is the stuff nightmares are made of. But with four percent of the population considered to be sociopathic, many of us will have […]

4 Tips to Help You Get Over a Breakup and Turn It Into a Break-over

Learn how to handle a breakup so you can come out stronger and better than before.

The aftermath of being dumped can shake you right to your core. The bed feels cold and empty, and despair disguises itself as a sinking feeling in your stomach that just won’t go away, nor will the many unanswered questions floating around in your head. Why me? What did I do wrong? Why doesn’t he love […]

How to Choose a Baby Name: A Simple Guide

To put it simply, a baby’s name is with them for life. Here's how to pick the best name for your baby without getting overwhelmed.

At some point in our lives, most of us have found ourselves sitting in front of a web browser about to Google search our own name, just to see what pops up. But why? What is behind this curiosity? In other words, why do we care about our names so much that we allow them […]

How to Work Through 3 Common Marriage Problems to Come Out Stronger Than Ever

There are a few milestones that every marriage goes through—here’s how to handle them.

It’s the question posed and grappled by many modern humans: “How do you make a marriage work?” To most people, marriage is a rightfully intimidating concept. It’s a lifelong commitment to someone, meaning your trials and tribulations are going to be shared with another person. As great as that can sometimes be, it can also be pretty scary and boding.

How to Get a Side Hustle Off the Ground When You Have No Clue

There's an art to making money in your spare time—here’s some help to getting it right.

Getting paid for pursuing your passion is what every modern person dreams of. Imagine a Monday morning where you get up and paint all day in your own studio rather than commute into an office where you toil away at spreadsheet after spreadsheet. Sounds pretty nice, right? Still, as most of us know, turning a […]

3 Signs That Mean It’s Time To Change Your Life’s Path

We often feel pressured to lead a particular life, but certain internal urges are telling us we’re not following our dreams. Learn how to spot them.

In a perfect world, we would all easily become who we’re meant to be. But, as most of us know, that path typically isn’t marked very clearly. It’s often foggy and misleading.

A Q&A with the Author of Why Gender Matters, and What He Thinks is the Future of Child Development

Here’s why Dr. Leonard Sax thinks acknowledging the two sexes in school curriculums will lead to a better future for everyone.

There is a gender gap that permeates our society in obvious as well as subtle ways—notice the imbalance through a disparity in wages, personal-care product marketing, and even the way children’s toys are designed. Both parents and the education system continue to ask “How can we fix this so that everyone is on an equal playing field?”
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