• April Sex Month Roundtable: Let’s Talk Sex Toys!

    April Sex Month Roundtable: Let’s Talk Sex Toys!3

    What month-long focus on sex would be complete without a roundtable on sex toys? Other WWACers and I dished about what works for us, what doesn’t, along with some helpful tips thrown into the mix.

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  • #TouchYourselfTonight: Let’s Take Deadpool Seriously for a Moment

    #TouchYourselfTonight: Let’s Take Deadpool Seriously for a Moment5

    • March 3, 2016

    It’s unlikely that my sister-in-law will ever see Deadpool. She does not like violence. She’s also just rung the bell after six years of fighting cancer. She’s beaten the disease, but that doesn’t make hearing the “c-word,” much less watching someone else deal with it, very easy to handle any time soon. Meanwhile, a friend

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  • Ten Things I Have Learned About Mental Illness from Jenny Lawson

    Ten Things I Have Learned About Mental Illness from Jenny Lawson0

    I have been in therapy for over a decade now. I have tried a variety of medications and experienced a variety of diagnoses—mostly with the same theme: depression, anxiety, obsessive-depressive, obsessive-compulsive like symptoms, and so on. The Bloggess Jenny Lawson has depression, severe anxiety, avoidant personality disorder, occasional depersonalization disorder, self-harm issues, OCD, and trichotillomania.

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  • #WWACGalentines: Friendship Isn’t All About Listening

    #WWACGalentines: Friendship Isn’t All About Listening0

    Like most holidays in America, Valentine’s Day has come to stand in for the entire month of February. While romantic love is all good and well (as are cheap chocolates and roses), WWAC Lifestyle is celebrating love of the platonic variety (and the many variations therein) this month.

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  • WWAC Talks Self-Care and the Holidays

    WWAC Talks Self-Care and the Holidays0

    We started this month with Jamie’s Guide to Less Stressful Holidays, which was followed by Robin’s tips for fighting seasonal affective disorder. In this article, Desiree, Catie, Cathryn, Jamie, and Robin talk about the importance of self-care to your mental and physical well-being during the holiday season.

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  • 4 Tips on Fighting the Big SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

    4 Tips on Fighting the Big SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)1

    • December 9, 2015

    Winter sucks. I don’t care how pretty the first snow is or how cozy it is to cuddle around a fireplace with hot cocoa; as a season I give winter 0 out of 5 stars. If winter were a person, I would throw my drink in its cold, shitty face. If winter were a country,

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