Are the days of etiquette long gone in the Webiverse?
Why do dads feel guilt because they may view their love of their sons differently then what they do with their daughters?
See what our readers are saying about us on Twitter!
Are we faced with so many choices that it’s hard to decide what to do with our lives?
In our rapidly changing world, should parents be advisers to their children?
You can leave yourself behind for another person before you realize you’ve done it…
When a female teacher gives a fifteen year old a lap dance, you’d expect the news story itself to be the most disturbing part. You would be wrong.
Reading internet comments is driving me insane, and we only have our news organizations to thank for it.
I’ve written over 400 articles and blogs over the past three years. It’s been great practice for my writing — and great to help me keep my ego in check too.
s.e. smith triumphs in California’s progress, but admits there is a substantial amount of work needed for the LGBTQ community.
Steve Axelrod got a haircut. And what people say to him about it—or don’t say—says it all.
“The blog became part writing exercise, part wish-fulfillment, and part therapy. It also caused me to talk less to our dog when I was having a particularly slow day on the word processor, which I am not sure she misses.”
In the new video by Emily Hartridge, the very funny host recognizes that the worst thing you can ever do to yourself is read your comments… but she does it anyway!
These are comments by Bob, Deanne, and Amy on the post “She asked, ‘How can you do this to this poor child?’ and pleaded frantically with me to get in her car.”