Making Gay Business the Frontline in the Fight Against HIV

We can continue to remove the stigma around HIV/AIDS by bringing the conversation to the people.

Your Spiritual Leadership Journey Continues

Kieran Revell continues to lead readers down the path towards spiritual leadership.

Do You Need a Social Media Detox?

Theresa Byrne says we are engaging in the biggest global social experiment the world has ever seen: Social Media.

How to Start Your Journey Towards Spiritual Leadership

Keep hold of your dreams and the inspiration and determination to succeed, and your journey of life will take you to some new and absolutely amazing places.

A New Day on Sesame Street

Do kids see the same things you see? Sesame Street raises the bar in helping kids perceive disabilities.

The Secret Lives of Sea Slaves: The New Threat to Modern Slavery

Are man’s instincts becoming so blurred that we’re contributing to human trafficking? Former Secretary of State John Kerry sheds light on a new threat to modern slavery.

Why Ego and Intimacy are Strange Bedfellows

The ego is always working to “protect” our heart and ends up cutting us off from what we want most –here’s how you can prevent that from happening…

How to Sit Through Grief

Louise Thayer finds a way to stay present through loss without letting grief become overwhelming.

Finding Value in the Pain of Your Divorce

Katie Vessel says you have to feel the hurt of divorce to learn—and heal—from it.

When Abused Women Speak Out, Men Listen

Not enough male victims come forward about sexual abuse and violence, so we listen to the voices of women for guidance.

4 Words That Will Make—or Break—Your Relationship

Theresa Byrne boils down the dynamics of couplehood into one 4-word phrase.

How Would You Stand up to Your Abuser?

If you are a man in an abusive relationship, this woman might have a message of strength for you. “You need to find the courage to get away from anything that’s unhealthy.”

How to Sabotage Self-Sabotage

Jordan Kozey has a trick to short-circuit the pattern of holding yourself back.

Dear Friends: Please Forgive Me for ‘Ghosting’ You

Sometimes Sandy Roffey disappears from her friends’ lives without explanation or doesn’t engage at all. Here’s why.

It Only Takes a Moment: Holding Ourselves Accountable for Language Lapses

Do you take responsibility for lapses in language? Edgar Wilson examines how a lack of accountability for what we say impacts ethics.