You don't always have to intervene, but if you decide to, make sure you have everyone's side of the story.
If something's important enough to one or both of you enough to get heated about it, it's probably important enough to get to the bottom of it together.
This pandemic has been hard as hell for parents—is it fair for people without kids to pick up the slack?
I've done everything in my power to change her situation, but you can't force someone to make the right decisions.
I’m comfortable talking about my reality, but not everyone else is.
From the "fake news aunty" to the "alarmingly chill parent", this virus is making us all act weird.
"They literally just popped some Airborne—that Vitamin C chewable thing—and said they'd be fine. I'm so legitimately worried for them both."
"I’ll never forget my mom yelling 'YOU’RE DOING BARBITURATES?!?' at 8 o’clock in the morning on the lord’s day."
“When you think ‘dating app,’ you immediately think ‘sex,’ so I can see why my parents wouldn't approve of it.”
"I didn't know other people could see what I was doing until I was in kindergarten. I suddenly felt very exposed."