Cassie Shortsleeve

Cassie is a senior online editor at Shape.com. She has a degree in English and creative writing from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Before Shape, she was an online editor at MensHealth.com, and has held internships with both Glamour and Boston Magazine. She is a runner, lover of style, slave to coffee, and a Bostonian at heart.

If you’ve ever visited a therapist, you’ve likely experienced this very moment: You spill your heart out, anxiously await a response, and your doc looks down—scribbling into a notebook...

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When I was a junior in college, I applied for a study “away” internship program in Washington, D.C. I didn’t want to go abroad for an entire year.

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Think your guy is always game for sex? You'll be surprised to hear that he may actually turn you down in favor of a game, according to a new survey by Durex.

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With a designer label, comes a better product, right? Not according to a new Consumer Reports test.

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Wake up, eat breakfast, head out the door to the bus/train/car/subway. You probably don’t give your commute too much thought.

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If you look Kerry Cronin up on Boston College’s website, you’ll see she’s a professor of philosophy and theology, and director of a research center at the college, the Lonergan Institute...

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If it seems like Mindy Kaling is everywhere—her successful show The Mindy Project, Twitter, Vogue, or the Jimmy Kimmel Show —she just turned...

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When the President of the United States speaks, you listen. And today more than 1,000 cadets at West Point Military Academy (and many, many more via the Internet) did just that.

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The things that kill us most—heart disease, cancer, stroke, and lung disease—get a lot of ink.

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When you think Marc Anthony, you probably think J. Lo.

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