Brittany Wong, HuffPost

Brittany Wong

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past:
  • Yahoo
  • HuffPost Canada
  • HuffPost India
  • HuffPost Australia

Recent articles by Brittany:

What Psychological Impact Does A 'No-Crowds Olympics' Have On Athletes?

Has the lack of crowd noise helped or hindered athletes? It's complicated, sports psychologists say. → Read More

The Right (And Wrong) Way To Apologize For Dumb Things You Said Online

Don’t assume your apology will work right away. Just look at Chrissy Teigen. → Read More

How To Deal With Mounting Anxiety Over COVID-19 Getting Bad Again

If you felt like we were safe, news about the delta and lambda variants and rising coronavirus cases can be unnerving. Here's how to deal. → Read More

Photos Of Flo-Jo's Style — And Nail — Evolution, From Bold To Bolder

Olympic sprinter Florence Griffith Joyner's style was worthy of a champion. → Read More

How To Love Someone Who Doesn't Love Themselves

Here's how to help if you're in a relationship with someone who struggles with self-love and self-esteem. → Read More

This Man's Illustrations About Life With His Boyfriend Are Absolutely Adorable

Illustrator Simon Ip is glad to give representation to gay and interracial couples. → Read More

The Royal Family Could Use Family Therapy. Here's What Therapists Would Tell Them.

Will Meghan and Harry and the rest of the British royal family ever put aside their beef? → Read More

People On TikTok Are Sharing What It's Like To Work Their Unusual Jobs

The videos are like "Dirty Jobs" meet a viral TikTok dance challenge. → Read More

How To Find A Therapist That Focuses On LGBTQ+ Mental Health

If you're queer, it's hard to find a professional who fully understands your experience. This brief guide can help. → Read More

Don't Treat Juneteenth As Another Day Off. Do This Instead.

Here's how to make Juneteenth a celebration and a day of learning about our nation's true history. → Read More

For Those Who Lost Someone To COVID, There Is No 'Returning To Normal'

Widows and children impacted by the coronavirus share how they feel about post-pandemic life and how they're navigating the grieving process. → Read More

How To Turn Down A Social Invitation Once You Can't Use COVID As An Excuse Anymore

You're not alone if you're not looking forward to events. Here's how to gracefully excuse yourself without losing friends. → Read More

More Women Are Saying No To Motherhood. Will Society Ever Listen?

The child-free by choice movement is growing online, but women say they're still feeling pressured in their day-to-day lives. → Read More

If Your Work Clothes Don't Fit After A Year Of The Pandemic, You're Not Alone

Here's how to dress for the body you have now when you return to the office after COVID-19 closures. → Read More

6 Questions You Have About Post-Pandemic Dating, Answered

What's the best way to ask someone if they've been vaccinated? → Read More

Wait, What The Heck Is A 'Parasocial Relationship'?

There's a deeper reason we're all invested in celebrities like John Mulaney and Bennifer, even when we know it's kind of embarrassing to care. → Read More

The 'Mask Optional' Phase Of The Pandemic Is Going To Be Rough For Rule-Followers

The new rules on COVID-19 and face masks are causing a lot of unexpected anxiety. Here's why and how to deal. → Read More

How To Have Sex Again If COVID's Left You Out Of Practice

"How to have sex" is the most-searched sex question on Google. Here's how you can get past your nerves and get busy post-vaccine. → Read More

Why Everyone Should See These TikToks About Celebs The Media Used To Call 'Fat'

Blogger Rosey Blair is exposing the manipulative messaging around the weight of stars like Kate Winslet and Jessica Simpson. → Read More

As Anti-Asian Violence Climbs, Bystander Training Is Becoming Essential

Catherine Shieh teaches people over Zoom how to support and comfort victims during harassment attacks. → Read More