What is Your Attachment Style?


There are 4 ways to build connections. Only 1 works.

5 Tips For Maintaining Humanity During an Overnight Stay at the Airport

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Humanity Tip #1: Don’t tell fellow travelers you hope they choke on their coffee

Facebook: The End of Loneliness?


Why connecting on the social media site feels like a constant affirmation.

13 Signs The Person Who Loves You Simply Just Gets You


A Gen Y writer talks about how important and powerful chemistry in a relationship is.

My Month Without a Smartphone


Leo Babauta did the unfathomable. He pulled of the unthinkable. He willingly ditched his smartphone.

The Crushing Exhaustion Will Pass

Sunset Baltic Sea

Guard and nurture your love after parenthood.

Hot July

Carl Bosh Central Park

Carl Bosch is in New York City in a summertime swelter, and it’s not fun. And then, suddenly, it is.

Getting Bit By the Overshare Bug: When Social Media Bites Back

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Although Rev. Evan Dolive loves social media on the whole, he has come to realize that—especially when it comes to children—less is more.

Why I Love LinkedIn


LinkedIn is Ultimately More than Technology, They Understand People

Alone on Thanksgiving


Brandon Ferdig didn’t realize how bleak being alone on a holiday could be, until a quirky schedule caused it to happen to him.

“This younger generation is seeking ways to connect more meaningfully with each other and the girls/women in their lives.”


This is a comment by Carla Smith on the post “Male Yearning”.

Quick Social Media Tips of the Day

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Stickiness, spreadability, and writing tips from our editorial staff.

Open Thread: Good Men Project 24/7 Follow Friday Page


Here’s How It Works: Get Your Twitter Button Code, Add Comment Below, Post, Follow, Be Followed!

My Family’s Mafia Connection


Justin Cascio reflects on his Sicilian heritage and how it has changed through the generations.

Guestpost #40: Kevin Patrick Robbins – Ten things I’ve learned from teaching improv comedy

Kevin, or KPR, is the founder of the Impatient Theatre Co. in Toronto. Here is his bio: http://www.impatient.ca/people/kevin-patrick-robbins/ KPR is a dynamic and driven person, and somebody I am only just starting to scratch the surface with. I will say, though, that taking classes at the Impatient and joining this community has been one of the most […]