Capt. William E. Simpson, well-known ‘prepper’, gives some examples of how the best prepared in an emergency situation or disaster have training, experience, and moral courage.
JJ Vincent on the joy-inducing freedom of letting go of what others define as inappropriate.
An American soldier in Saigon receives an unexpected lesson in courage.
Rob Brown gives voice to a little boy who didn’t survive his abusive childhood. (Trigger Warning)
In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt fears for his daughter’s future, in America and outside of America, in private and in public, and in the aftermath from the recent school shooting.
Jamie Reidy’s fear of needles is getting better, but he’s still taking it a step at a time.
Donald D’Haene’s date with fear taught him the real meaning of love.
Carl Pettit offers a taxonomy of bravery for the rest of us to emulate.
The entire reason we have such a thing as a quarter life crisis, and later a mid-life crisis, is because boys and young men lack meaningful rite-of-passage experiences.
I find it hard to say whether I have mild or severe cerebral palsy, because my condition affects my entire life.
When Daniel Haack was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 22, he started using a different line at bars: “Hey, my name’s Daniel, and I have cancer.”
More fiction from Richard Aubrey.
Heroism isn’t about victory, writes Travis Gasper. It’s about a will to survive.
Why is it that the majority persists on making violence a gender issue? And how does showing that women can also be violent and abusive somehow soften the horror of any act of violence by a man?