Love can blast off at first. Dr. Bill Cloke tells us how to hold on.
Without love there is no flavor or meaning. Give into it and accept it with an open heart and you both will thrive.
Mark Ellis, en route to Hawaii for a new life with his family, remembers the day the country grieved — and the day it began to heal.
Ken Goldstein sees the Fab Four in London in a show that’s part music extravaganza, part time-machine. — I write this evening from London on the last day of a short business trip. I am pounding this out on an iPad so it may be a bit less polished then some of my posts, but […]
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Football season is here, which means beer season is here. And it’s always Star Wars season. So what’s missing?
Dan Zimmerman knows, as a white man, that he will never fully understand the experiences people of color have with police.
His school days are years in the past, but cruel comments by unthinking teens bring the pain of bullying back for Michael Copperman.
Doyin Richards doesn’t claim to be an expert on women, but he has an idea about what many moms like.
Is anything inappropriate to wear to class anymore?
Meeghan Mousaw offers insight into how redshirting helps a child to grow socially and intellectually giving the child added confidence to assist with learning.
Zach Rosenberg found a good way to bond with his kindergartner in today’s digital age.
Paul Hudson is about to blow your mind: The best first dates should include keeping your wallet in your pocket.
Ben Shaberman shares how he became a man who cries. It was a surprise, beginning with a movie and an unexpected connection to his father.
Visit the site, sign up and kick-off your football season the right way! Alex Yarde has the details!
If you’re sitting around waiting for your partner to change, you’re giving away your power.
Shared inside jokes? Identical hobbies? Love of the same breakfast cereal? The lady of your life may happen to be your best friend, too.
Erin Kelly looks at a series of ads intended to help people learn to be more comfortable interacting with folks with disabilities, and to help nurture empathy.