Kelly Gonsalves, The Zoe Report

Kelly Gonsalves

The Zoe Report

New York, NY, United States

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  • The Zoe Report
  • SheKnows
  • mindbodygreen
  • The Week
  • Prevention Magazine

Past articles by Kelly:

How Your Vagina Changes Throughout Your Life — And How To Care For It At Every Stage

Yes, your vagina changes throughout your life. Here's what to expect at every stage. → Read More

No, Acknowledging That All Genders Can Menstruate Doesn’t “Erase Women”

If we're being real, gender essentialist gatekeeping around conversations about menstruation reductively harm women from all walks of life. → Read More

11 Ways to Protect Yourself if You’re Trapped With an Abusive Partner in Quarantine

Quarantining is dangerous for people living with abusive partners or family members. Experts share advice for the long- and- short term. → Read More

Sex IRL: 11 women share what it’s like to be in a sexless relationship

We asked women to share what it's like to be in a sexless relationship, how they deal with it, what has fixed it, and why some ended their relationship over it. → Read More

Sex IRL: 7 couples dish on what it’s really like to have threesomes together

What's it like having threesomes as a couple? For this month's Sex IRL, we talked to real couples about their experiences exploring three-ways together: what it was like the first time, exactly what they did together, what worked and what didn't, and how they pulled it off. → Read More

Here are some very practical ways to love your body, courtesy of yogi Jessamyn Stanley

The stereotype-smashing yoga instructor Jessamyn Stanley talks about why she created The Underbelly ("the yoga studio for the rest of us") and shares real, tangible ways to practice celebrating your body. → Read More

10 reasons your period might be longer than usual, according to doctors

Why is your period lasting so long, and is it a problem? A longer period can be a normal byproduct of hormonal imbalances, but it could also be a sign of some serious health conditions or pregnancy. → Read More

The Effects of LGBTQ Sex Education On Teens' Mental Health

Sex ed that leaves out LGBTQ kids can have a huge negative impact on their mental health, new research shows. Here's why we need more inclusive sex ed. → Read More

Dreaming about breaking up with bae? This might be why

What does it mean when you're in a relationship and have dreams about breaking up? Two psychotherapists explain what breakup dreams mean and what to do about them. → Read More

17 women reveal the most thoughtful thing their best friend has ever done for them

In honor of Galentine's Day, here are some seriously grand expressions of love. → Read More

Mindfulness May Help Relieve Chronic Pain, Study Says

Mindfulness may be an effective treatment for chronic pain, new research shows. It may even be as effective as therapy for pain relief. → Read More

Arrange your bedroom exactly like this if you want a better night's sleep

Here's exactly how to arrange your bedroom to improve your sleep, according to interior designers and feng shui principles. → Read More

Exercise Can Prevent Depression, New Research Says

We've long known there was an association between physical activity and mental health. New research proves it really is a causal link: Exercise can prevent depression. → Read More

Is red really a power color you should wear at work? We did a deep dive

It's complicated. We consulted the science and two professional stylists to figure it out. → Read More

Marie Kondo's show is a hit for a reason. Here's why tidying up makes us feel so good

Marie Kondo's Netflix show 'Tidying Up' has captured America's heart by showing how cleaning can transform your life. Here's the psychology of cleaning and why it feels so good to clean. → Read More

14 ways to make your first visit with bae's family go smoothly this holiday season

A comprehensive guide for how to survive meeting your significant other's family for the first time these winter season. → Read More

4 ways to recover after a heated Thanksgiving conversation

Just fought through a political conversation with the family? Take a moment to breathe, and then stay energized. Here's what to do next. → Read More

Try this mindful, activist approach to handling a hostile conversation on Thanksgiving

When politics comes up during conversations on Thanksgiving, don't hold back. Here's how to stand up for your beliefs, be effective, and take care of your emotional well-being while you're at it. → Read More

How to survive the holidays when you're heartbroken, a practical guide

A therapist and psychologist share 12 ways to make everything hurt less. → Read More

Nervous about voting? Listen to this empowering meditation on your way to the polls

Voting can be a scary, anxiety-inducing anxiety for many people. If you're worried about going to the polls or nervous about voting, this meditation can help ease Election Day anxiety. → Read More