BIO

Erin Khar lives, loves, and writes in New York City and sometimes other cities too. She was the recipient of a 2012 Eric Hoffer Editor's Choice Prize for her story, "Last House at the End of the Street," which was published in the Best New Writing 2012 anthology. In addition to her work as a columnist and managing editor for Ravishly, her writing has appeared many places, including Marie Claire, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, The Manifest-Station, Good Housekeeping, and Woman's Day. She is currently working on her first book, a memoir. When she’s not writing, she’s probably watching Beverly Hills, 90210.

Erin Khar's Articles

Getting your husband back because you make a mess for him at work is not a long-term solution to this problem.

Ask Erin: Should I Tell My Husband’s Boss That He Is Having An Affair With His Daughter? 

She’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   06.9.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
When someone, regardless of age, brings up suicide, they are asking for help.

Ask Erin: What Do I Do If My 9-Year-Old Is Suicidal? 

She’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   05.26.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
There are a plethora of baby app options out there, and not all are created equal.

Rav’s Repro: The Wild World Of Pregnancy And Fertility Apps

What I’ve found there is sometimes amusing, sometimes helpful, sometimes exactly the support I’ve needed, and sometimes downright paranoia inducing.
Erin Khar   |   05.23.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
"As the saying goes, sometimes love isn't enough."

Ask Erin: Help! My Girlfriend Wants An Open Relationship

She’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   05.19.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
Young and inexperienced, or manipulative and unhealthy? One woman wants to know what's going on with her younger boyfriend.

Ask Erin: Am I In A Toxic Relationship, Or Is My Guy Just Too Young And Inexperienced?

he’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   05.12.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
The truth about geriatric pregnancy? It sounds way scarier than it is.

Rav's Repro: The Truth About “Geriatric Pregnancy" 

Rav’s Repro is a column in which Erin explores all topics related to reproduction and reproductive rights.
Erin Khar   |   05.9.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
Reconciliation after a huge family fallout can be hard on everyone.

Ask Erin: Help! My Dad Hates Me Because I Couldn't Pay My Student Loans

She’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   05.5.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
What to do if you don't have much experience in the relationship dept. (Image Credit: Unsplash/Chad Madden)

Ask Erin: Help! I Am 29, And I’ve Never Had A Boyfriend 

She’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   04.28.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
Image: Unsplash/ Eric Froehling

Rav’s Repro: Can We Stop Judging Other People’s Reproductive Choices? 

When we talk about choice in the world of reproduction, we often distill it to views on abortion. We fight for the right to choose, to have agency over our bodies. Why, for some, does that exclude other choices?
Erin Khar   |   04.25.17 12:01am   |   SHARE
It's time to break up, move out, and move on.

Ask Erin: What Should I Do About My Toxic Living Situation With My Boyfriend?

She’s made all the mistakes, so you don’t have to… Ask Erin is a weekly advice column, in which Erin answers your burning questions about anything at all.
Erin Khar   |   04.21.17 12:01am   |   SHARE