As toddlers, we’re told to “just say you’re sorry.” As adults, we quickly learn that isn’t true.
Yes, it’s time to move on. But first, a few quick things we all can learn from so public a gaffe.
How do you know whether the person apologizing means it?
You know it doesn’t work when one or both of you have one foot in and one foot out. Heather Gray guides you on what to do next.
Attorney Mike Boulette challenges societal bias against millenial dads. Paternal leave policies may have changed, but he sees no change in deeply held beliefs that dads are primary breadwinners.
It is time we rethink our ideas on saying “I’m sorry”
Matt Shumate won’t apologize for being unapologetic. Here’s why.
Why being beautiful can at times feel like a curse.
Adam Patrick Kindilien knows a father’s advice can be priceless, and he’s grateful for the gift.
In our second letter of the day to the Duggar family, gay dad Rob Watson addresses mother Michelle about her activism against the LGBT community and how her rhetoric stands up in light of the situation her family faces.
A genuine apology is a wonderful karma-fixer: it can make partners of adversaries and avert years of pain and disconnection.
An apology can sometimes be the best of times and the worst of times. This week, Wai Sallas ventures on to both sides of the spectrum to bring you The Friday Sports Dump. — Sports Dump 1: No one is absolved from saying “I’m sorry.” At some point in your life, you will have to […]
Rose McGowan caused a stir by accusing the “gay community” of misogyny instead of leadership on feminist issues. This gay dad answers her request for guidance.