Andrew Smiler considers several reasons why violent people are more likely to be male than female.
Bestselling author, speaker, and success expert Bob Burg lays out the foundation of happiness and reveals the number one trap we set for ourselves that prevents us from achieving it.
Sarafina Bianco asks if it’s okay to grieve the loss of your therapist as if he or she were your friend.
James Michael Sama just watched Ray Rice cold-cock Janay Palmer, and he’s had enough of wrist-slapping, victim-blaming, and justifying when it comes to abuse. Have you?
Women could reduce rape and abuse if they’d just stop avoiding marriage. Or so says Phyllis Schlafly. Why should we listen, or care?
Pop-ups are popular for restaurants, stores, art exhibits, and the like. But this pop-up helps homeless people, and it’s quickly going viral.
PK Kersey Jr. believes that being late is a show of disrespect. But here’s how not to call people out on it.
To use her own words, Joan Rivers “succeeded by saying what everyone else is thinking.”
Taté Walker asks people and institutions to stop profiting from stereotypes proven to harm and dehumanize Native people.
Justin Hubbell examines the backlash against two women who dared speak up about popular video games.
James Michael Sama reminds us we’ve evolved and says it’s about time we started acting human.
People think racism doesn’t exist, that Islamophobia isn’t real, that anti-Semitism is a joke. But, Qasim Rashid explains, they are actually deliberate decisions people make to hate one another.
An essay by Eugenio Volpe about Shame, abandonment, self-doubt, love, fatherhood, the lack of good dogs in LA, and exorcising his demons through ink.