Most parents don’t want to believe that their child is capable of wrong — especially bullying others. But the truth is, this denial is only making the problem worse. Here are some helpful tips on how to begin the process of facing the reality of bullying.
Mike Iamele shares how support has been important to him, and how three words can keep us moving forward.
Dear Mental Illness Sufferers: Saying Something Flippant About Mental Illness Doesn’t Make Someone an A**hole
Danny Baker would like to remind you that mental illness is minimally spoken about, so a lot of people haven’t been educated about it—and as a result, a lot of people don’t understand it.
The advice from a father to a daughter can never be underestimated in its importance. Tim Jordan, M.D. shows us how to give messages of success.
Damon Young is surprised and disappointed at many men’s reactions to the Hollaback! video. Haven’t they listened when women have told them about being afraid?
Raymond Jennings’ overwhelming urges to fix his girlfriend’s possessions seemed healthy at first. But there were broken things he couldn’t seem to fix.
As children, we were often warned against being too curious. As adults, it is time we reclaim the beauty of this trait.
“It’s not just about constantly praising ourselves, talking ourselves up and telling ourselves how awesome we are. It’s about loving the REAL us.”
Mark Radcliffe reminds you that no matter what career or life path you choose, there’s gonna be a lot of BS. So pick the BS you like the best.
Danny Baker reminds us that many people with depression are convinced that no-one would care if they killed themselves.
Shawn Henfling describes the isolation of depression and what you can do to help the people you love.
Tamara Star pulls back the curtain and peers behind the male facade.
“They give activities and people their full attention. They understand that showing up and being present is a major part of being alive.”
Leo Babauta has some tips to help you read what you want, when you want without all the distractions.
In a forgotten box of old notes, Tor Constantino finds gold: The 3 questions each of us need answered in every relationship we have.