As the world struggled to make sense of Robin Williams suicide, a friend asked stand-up comedian Kermet Apio if it’s true that comedians are sad people. This was his answer.
David Toussaint supports marriage equality, but is disappointed with the attitude of some couples towards the thing they worked so hard for.
We know when it’s wrong (though we don’t always admit it). How do we know when it’s right?
During the 1950s, the scientist was the hero of our movies, saving us from space aliens and mutant insects. Why have our collective goals shifted away from educated men as role models?
Jerry Mahoney found that wearing his insecurities on his sleeve wasn’t working. Really listening to his 4-year old daughter finally let him see the truth.
It may have been legal, but it clearly wasn’t right.
William Mize’s girlfriend asked him how she looked, and here’s how he responded.
As your relationship began to get serious, you were probably amazed that someone so awesome really cared about you. Marry someone who feels just as lucky because you care about them.
You’re in a place that makes no sense, and you can’t find your way out. It’s called … crazy.
Thomas Fiffer examines the earthquake that strikes when a relationship breaks apart, and the subtle, subterranean shifts that precede it.
Dame Yankee diagnoses the characters of Orange is the New Black, and makes some interesting points along the way.
Sami Jankins was asked for a decade’s worth of pointers to live by by a friend who was turning 20. She dug deep and found them.
We all know survivors of trauma need help. But what about the needs of the people who love them?