Heather Havrilesky

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Heather Havrilesky shares advice for Angelenos who are struggling to cope this holiday season.

‘Ask Polly’ advice columnist’s year in review, plus a look-ahead to 2021

Heather Havrilesky shares advice for Angelenos who are struggling to cope this holiday season.

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Maybe you’ve been wanting to scream during all the isolation and stay-at-home orders during this COVID-19 pandemic.   
  Heather Havrilesky, who writes the    “Ask Polly” column   ,…

Stay active, stay connected: ‘Ask Polly’ columnist on how to survive COVID-19 isolation

Maybe you’ve been wanting to scream during all the isolation and stay-at-home orders during this COVID-19 pandemic.  Heather Havrilesky, who writes the “Ask Polly” column ,…

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“   I Moved to LA and I Hate It!   ” That’s a recent headline from New York Magazine’s Ask Polly column. There’s certainly a lot to hate about LA: air pollution, traffic, high rents.

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“ I Moved to LA and I Hate It! ” That’s a recent headline from New York Magazine’s Ask Polly column. There’s certainly a lot to hate about LA: air pollution, traffic, high rents.

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