You can find your way back to happiness.
For many, marriage is like a giant box filled with expectations of fairytale romance and happily ever after
Matt Sweetwood won a major gun rights case in front of the US Supreme Court. He continues to fight for a sensible solution to gun violence, a solution that neither extremes on the issue want to embrace. Here are his thoughts about this week’s events.
If you think it’s not manly, fatherly, or leader-like to own up to being wrong—think again.
According to Heather Gray, too many smart and successful people buy into the notion that success is ultimately a solo venture and a path that most will have to walk alone.
Matt Sweetwood won a landmark Supreme Court case regarding gun rights. He recently wrote a 6-point plan to curtail gun violence. Much to his frustration, he found that neither side on the issue wanted to listen. He tries again.
On the field he learned that violence was the way to deal with conflict. Off the field he had to learn a better way.
Successful coupling is as easy as remembering your ABC’s … and you can skip A and B.
Steven Lake explores changes you need to think about if you want be in a committed relationship. It’s only as hard as you make it.
In this story from The Roadkill Collection, food can make or mar a marriage.
Ever heard of the reacher/settler debate? Jordan Gray has something new to say about it.
Jordan Gray says that over time people adopt their relationship partners beliefs. And there’s a way that you can use this to your advantage…
Lost to America is the ability to compromise, which once made us the greatest of nations. Doug Zeigler wonders if we can ever regain the empathy for others that we once revered.
Shiny things, dressing up, free stuff, an extravaganza of decorations. What’s not to love about the holidays? Well, plenty.
First dates can be rough. Mary Ann Lomas gives advice on how to make the most of your first date.
Thomas Pluck believes the things a man really needs are all-encompassing and don’t even require money.