I was in the third grade when I first discovered the power of confession. All at once I was overwhelmed by a shattering sense of guilt. It was, I know now, a pure guilt: That is, I had no fear of retribution; I knew that teasing wasn't, strictly speaking, a punishable offense; nor did I believe in an afterlife in which I would suffer for my crime. All I knew was that I had been cruel to someone who was innocent and younger than myself.
Our April issue features the 20 questions every woman should ask herself, as well as a guide to getting more out of your annual checkup, Dr. Phil's secret to achieving any goal and our spring beauty o-wards (and how you can win every item featured!).