Brittany Wong, HuffPost

Brittany Wong


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Brittany:

Why So Many Women Needed To See That Unedited Khloe Kardashian Bikini Pic

The Kardashian-Jenners bear responsibility for today's Instagram-perfect toxic beauty standards. But they also deserve some sympathy. → Read More

People Who Deleted Their Social Media Share What It’s Like

Here's what signing off for good — or even taking a temporary social media detox — can do for your mental health. → Read More

What Is Toxic Productivity? Here's How To Spot The Damaging Behavior.

The pandemic has convinced us we have to be useful at all times. Here's what that mentality looks like, and how to deal with it. → Read More

How To Help Multiracial Kids Embrace The Different Sides Of Their Family

Biracial kids need their parents to talk about race openly and honestly and to celebrate all sides of their background. → Read More

Parent And Non-Parent Friendships Can Be Hard. They Don't Have To Be.

Your parent friends aren’t as flexible as they used to be pre-kids, but they still want to hang out. Experts offer advice on how to keep your friendships... → Read More

The Racist Misogyny Of The Atlanta Spa Shootings

Let's face facts: The fetishization of Asian women is, in itself, racist. → Read More

People Who've Gone A Year Without Sex Due To COVID-19 Share Their Stories

Thanks to the coronavirus and social distancing, sex is a distant memory for many singles. → Read More

What Is A ‘Sleep Divorce’ And Is It Healthy For A Marriage?

Sleeping in separate beds could help reduce disturbances for couples, but is it good for your relationship in the long run? Here's what experts say. → Read More

Vaccine Envy Is Real. Here's How To Deal With It In A Healthy Way.

We're a year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Feeling envious that others are getting the vaccine and posting about it on social media is entirely normal. → Read More

Let’s Normalize Sending Memes During Hard Times To Maintain Friendships

We're living through a pandemic. If you only have the emotional bandwidth to send memes and funny videos to friends, that's OK. → Read More

Being Fat Is Not A Moral Failure. Here's How To Teach Your Kids That.

Parents, let's teach our children to break the cycle and stop assigning moral value to weight loss or weight gain. → Read More

Your Anti-Racism Reading List Isn't Complete Without Fiction About Black People

If you really want to be an ally, reading nonfiction about race in America isn't enough. Black fiction should make your list, too. → Read More

Is It A Good Idea To Make Major Life Changes During A Pandemic?

Here's how therapists help patients cope with big decisions during COVID-19, from getting married to having a baby to searching for a new job. → Read More

Want To Avoid An Argument? Ask, 'Do You Want Comfort Or Solutions?'

Needless acrimony can be skirted by finding out directly if your partner wants advice or just someone to listen. → Read More

7 Signs Your Long-Distance Relationship Is Built To Last

Here's how to know if your LDR will work in the long term, according to couples therapists. → Read More

More Men Helped With Housework During The Early Days Of COVID-19. What Went Wrong?

Men stepped up during the first wave, and then backslid. Here's how to reengage them, according to couples therapists. → Read More

What To Do If Kids Say They Don’t Want To Be Their Race Anymore

If your child is uncomfortable with their race, here's how to have a conversation about self-love and the value in diversity. → Read More

10 Couples Separated By The COVID-19 Pandemic Share Their Stories

Here's how partners separated by the coronavirus have kept their relationships strong despite the distance and travel bans. → Read More

Is My Aversion To People During The Pandemic Turning Into Something Worse?

Here's how avoiding others as COVID-19 spreads can become a bigger mental health problem and how to address it. → Read More

5 Things To Do When You're Stressing Over The 'COVID 15'

Instead of fretting about weight gain in quarantine, show some self-compassion. You're living through a pandemic, after all. → Read More