Anna Borges, SELF Magazine

Anna Borges

SELF Magazine

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Anna:

10 Online Support Groups for Anyone Struggling to Get Through 2020

Online support groups can provide much-needed connection no matter what you're struggling with. Here are a few to start with. → Read More

10 Audio Porn Apps and Sites That Will Help You Get Off

Good audio porn, audible erotica, and porn sounds can be hard to find. Here are a few apps and sites to find audio-only porn. → Read More

15 Best Menstrual Cups in 2020: Diva, Luna, Pixie, Blossom

Choosing the best menstrual cup for you depends on a few factors. Here are some to choose from, including options from brands like DivaCup, Luna, and Pixie. → Read More

The 9 Best Whitening Toothpastes to Brighten Your Smile Without Even Trying

Discover the best whitening toothpastes to help brighten your smile, remove surface stains, prevent cavities, and more. → Read More

Adult ADHD Resources: 33 Helpful Resources for Anyone With ADHD

If you have adult ADHD, check out these helpful books, articles, YouTube channels, ADHD artists and creators, and more. → Read More

RAIN Meditation: This Small Therapy Exercise Actually Helps Me Practice Self-Compassion

The RAIN meditation might be exactly what you need to practice self-compassion and push back against your negative voice. → Read More

5 Art Therapy Exercises to Add to Your Self-Care Routine

Art is healing. Here are a few art therapy exercises that can be done on your own to boost mental health. → Read More

White People, We Need to Talk About 'Self-Care'

The news cycle might bring up some difficult emotions, but self-care isn’t an excuse to tune out. → Read More

31 Resources That Will Help You Become a Better White Ally

Being an effective white ally to Black people is a continuous process, consisting of both education and action. Here's where to start. → Read More

5 Ways White People Can Be Helpful Right Now

It's imperative for white people to fight for racial justice. Here are a few things you can do to today and in the future. → Read More

23 Mental Health Books for Anyone Who's Going Through It Right Now

These self-help and mental health books will teach you skills and coping mechanisms you need during a tough time. → Read More

7 Creative Little Ways to Battle Brain Fog

Brain fog or not, I still have work to do. Here are the coping strategies I use to stay productive and alert. → Read More

Nostalgia Is My Most Reliable Form of Self-Care Right Now

I’m not okay (I promise). → Read More

This Salad Spinner Is Perfect for Washing Your Underwear

Your salad spinner might be useful for more than just washing veggies. Try using it as a mini washing machine. → Read More

13 Zoom Birthday Party Ideas, Since That’s What We’re Doing Now

Typical birthday celebrations are currently off the table, so here’s how to have a birthday in quarantine. → Read More

For Once, ‘How Are You?’ Isn’t Actually Meaningless

Amid the new coronavirus pandemic, none of us are okay. In fact, many of us are very bad, thanks for asking. → Read More

8 Ways to Create Things to Look Forward to Right Now

In the absence of being able to look forward to things with certainty, the best we can do is create things to look forward to in the meantime. → Read More

16 People on Their Weird Pandemic Dreams

If you've found your dreams are more vivid amid the pandemic, you're not alone. We asked people to share their weird pandemic dreams. → Read More

8 Anxiety Coping Mechanisms That Are Actually Effective During the Pandemic

If you need to adjust your anxiety coping mechanisms to the new coronavirus pandemic, start with these tips. → Read More

19 Feelings About Sex and Intimacy That Are Totally Normal Right Now

If your experiences with sex and desire are all over the place right now, you're not alone. → Read More