68 Search Results for "huffpost"

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Pierce Brosnan’s daughter married in secret just days before her death

Charlotte Brosnan is the daughter of Cassandra Harris and adopted daughter of actor Pierce Brosnan. She fought ovarian cancer, the same disease that killed her mother and grandmother, for three years until she died at age 41. But she lived life on her own terms. In 2013, Pierce Brosnan walked her down the aisle as […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Man Sparks Controversy After Saying He Refuses to Pay a 25% Tip

Tipping culture has become somewhat of a controversy. It has a long history in the US and some parts of Europe. While it was once a simple concept, someone does a service and goes above and beyond, and they get a little extra compensation for their time. However, it has a seemingly dark history and […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Generations Divided: What Emojis Mean to Different Age Groups

In discussing emoji use across generations, it’s evident that differing outlooks shape how emojis are interpreted and employed. Jo, representing Gen Z, noted a tendency among their peers to use emojis ironically or humorously rather than in a literal sense. They emphasized the rapid evolution of trends within their generation, requiring constant adaptation to what […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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‘My 6-Year-Old Son Drowned in Our Pool. Here’s What I Wish I had Known to Keep Him Safe’

Fifteen years ago, six-year-old Zachary drowned in his family’s backyard pool. His mother, Karen Cohn, still grieves the horrific death, as she writes on HuffPost, “Each traumatic detail is etched into my memory ― the chlorine scent, the reflection of the late afternoon sun on the pool, the sweaty humidity, the piercing screams. The chaos […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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These Daytime Talk Show Topics Were Somehow Normalized 20 Years Ago But Were Actually Not Okay At All

Opinion For better or worse, daytime talk shows are a staple of cable TV. But many people may argue “for worse” when reviewing the topics that used to dominate these shows. In the 1980s, reality shows grew in popularity, leading to many channels turning people’s private lives and relationships into entertainment. This trend has continued […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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The Rudest Things You Can Do in Someone Else’s House

There was a time when people attended etiquette school, also called “charm school“. They still exist and are successful around the world. However, there are only a handful left in the U.S. The curriculum teaches manners, how to properly engage with one another, and how to be courteous in a social setting. For example, at […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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These mid-thirties parents live paycheck-to-paycheck and they’re not alone

The generations that came before us could do amazing things, often on one income. They could buy homes, raise families, send kids to college, and even sometimes have a little saved up for a rainy day. In contrast, these days, more and more families are living paycheck-to-paycheck, and the numbers are alarming. Over Half Living […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer