Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Self-Care Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Self-Care | My Miscarriage Cured My Fear of Childbirth Advertisement Supported by Rites of passage It was a heartbreaking yet galvanizing preview of what the human body can endure — physically, emotionally and spiritually. ByKristin Smith Sauchak May 23, 2019 My iPhone’s My cruel phone was home to three apps that informed me of every aspect of my pregnancy: The fetus was the size of a strawberry, recently graduated from raspberry status, which felt significant, fruit-wise. It was developing eyes and, more important, elbows. I knew everything there was to know about my growing baby, and I knew I was 10 weeks and six days pregnant when it came to an end. We had named it Mario at our first doctor’s appointment because it looked like a few pixels of Nintendo’s blinking eight-bit … [Read more...] about My Miscarriage Cured My Fear of Childbirth
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Girls’ Side and Boys’ Side? Not at These Summer Camps Advertisement Supported by Sleep-away programs for L.G.B.T.Q. youth offer all the standards — s’mores, canoeing, friendship bracelets — plus gender-inclusive cabins and courses on identity. ByDanielle Braff May 22, 2019 At All At many traditional summer camps, it’s all fun and games until campers gather in their cabins and realize that one of them is not quite like the others. To cater to these kids, there are many new camps, including gender-fluid and L.G.B.T.Q. sleep-aways. “It’s helpful for a young person to attend a program where there are other kids like them,” said Tom Rosenberg, the president and C.E.O. of the American Camp Association. While many traditional camps may describe themselves … [Read more...] about Girls’ Side and Boys’ Side? Not at These Summer Camps
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Tiny Love Stories: ‘How to Meet Cute’ Advertisement Supported by MODERN LOVE College Essay Contest Modern Love in miniature, college contest edition, featuring the best student love stories of no more than 100 words. May 21, 2019 Inseparable Twins Sick of being “the twins,” we made rules for freshman year. Keep my hair short and red, Anushka’s brown and long. Live in different dorms. Sit on opposite sides of lectures (nature and nurture against us, we’re both biology majors). No eating in the same dining hall or going to the same parties. Meet once a week, max. That didn’t last. I couldn’t live apart from someone who’s a part of me. After a year of enduring impossible problem sets, roommate drama, assorted heartbreaks and our parents’ divorce, we laugh … [Read more...] about Tiny Love Stories: ‘How to Meet Cute’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In Style | Assisted Living. For All Ages. domains At all these gleaming new Manhattan luxury developments, life is a banquet of self-enrichment. A pet-portrait party is among the many activities that have been planned for residents of 88 & 90 Lexington Avenue. Credit Credit Jeenah Moon for The New York Times Supported by ByPenelope Green May 21, 2019 Monday was pet portraits in a velvety lounge at 88 & 90 Lexington Avenue, a condominium development on 26th121 East 22nd Street, the OMA-designed, prism-edged tower built by Toll Brothers. Down at 56 Leonard, otherwise known as the Jenga building in TriBeCa, In shiny new developments all over Manhattan, the fulsome amenity spaces — lounges and screening rooms and chef’s kitchens — are being “activated,” as developers and artists like to say, with talks and classes, … [Read more...] about Assisted Living. For All Ages.