Make the most of your less-than-ideal situation.
While in France this summer, Bill Eddy took a quiet moment to reflect on racial tension in the U.S., not knowing just how synchronous a location he was feeling inspired by.
Kimberlie Dykeman talks about six things that keep you weighed down, and why a good shedding helps more than yourself.
Guillermo Filice Castro recalls his time serving in the Argentine army during the British invasion of the Falkland Islands in this poem of comradeship and connection between men.
A soldier’s brush with tragedy both abroad and at home.
Relationship coach Chris Armstrong needs your help.
Going to divorce court sucks — literally sucks — time, energy, money & a piece of your soul.
With roughly half of first marriages and nearly two thirds of second ones ending in divorce, we could use some advice on making marriage work the second time around.
Heather Gray explains how not understanding or respecting this is why relationships with lovers, friends, and family can fail.
Avoid the landmines that can cripple your career.
Arianna Jeret swaps thoughts and tips with Dwight Hurst on The Broken Brain Podcast.
Despite the support for the TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline by both political parties, the pipeline debate is still unsettled and many continue to insist the plan should be seriously reconsidered.
Fighting siblings and divorcing spouses are more alike than you may think, and both can find peace by following these three steps.
Keeping quiet to keep the peace lessens intimacy instead of increasing it. Katie Vessel suggests healthy conflict to bring partners closer together.
“While it may seem like a good idea to give as much “evidence” as possible to support our side of the argument, it isn’t. No one likes having a partner who ‘keeps score’.”