So much of who we are comes from our childhoods; how we learn to deal with pain, how we learn to cope, and how we learn to overcome.
Matthew Rozsa’s interview with the CEO of TINYpulse, a company that is revolutionizing how employers and employees interact with each other.
Is there hope for a relationship afflicted with abuse? Chris Armstrong doesn’t think so, and here’s why.
Most of people don’t do this. Most people don’t view struggle—and even failure—as instructive. Most people don’t demonstrate the resilience to hang in through tough times this way or the openness to say, “That didn’t work—what can I learn about myself?”
One dad made an unusual choice, and the story struck a real nerve. Here’s what a group of our writers had to say.
It’s called manalyzing, and we all do it. We size each other up when we meet new people.
Shanna Anderson believes there is room for religion AND equal rights.
Let’s put ourselves out there. Let’s be vulnerable in each other’s presence. Let’s listen to each other.
Marc Maron reminds us that being brilliant doesn’t mean copying others. Rather it means being the best version of who we are.
“There’s one argument and one argument alone for having a gun, and this is the argument…”
#1: Everything you do to hurt your ex hurts your kids. So don’t do it.