Why I’m Grateful That I Tried To Commit Suicide

After attempting suicide he learned four principles that helped manage his depression.

Is It Worth the Fight?

Life can sometimes seem like a long road we no longer feel like walking. Randy Boyd tells us why to keep going.

Contemplating The Death Of My Relationship

To appreciate what you have, sometimes you have to imagine life without it.

Aftermath of Violence: Focusing On What’s Important

As we try to make sense of the recent terror attacks around the world, let’s not forget the power of our ability to stay connected.

If Today is the Day

If today is your day. Or mine. What will you change? How will you treat those around you? What will you spend your moments on?

Two Trips Home: A Vietnam Story

A soldier’s brush with tragedy both abroad and at home.

What is the Measure of a Man?

Dr. Kwame Brown is tired of society both believing, and teaching that strength lies in a man’s ability to subjugate, hurt, and kill.

3 Things I Hope Will Be Written on My Gravestone

After Mike Berry is gone, this is how he wants his legacy to be remembered.

Forever and Ever: Losing My Husband at 24

“If it turns out that this is incurable, would you marry me?” is not your traditional marriage proposal, but then again, Andy and I haven’t lived traditional lives.

It’s Been 3 Years Since My Attempted Suicide & Yet Deaths Happen Every Day — It’s Time to Stop. Suicide. Now.

Clay Russell on the untimely passing of Robin Williams, and how we’re still not having the conversation about suicide that we need to be having.

What Can Prayer Do For You?

When his world was crumbling and darkness was knocking at his door he turned to an ancient practice for help.

What I Really Passed When I Passed by Grandpa’s House

Between his stories, I could think of only one thing. One day, I’ll be the one talking to the driver of a hearse.

A Make-aholic & An Alcoholic: The Perfect Friendship

Soul Mates aren’t always what we assume. Sometimes two people can share everything and nothing at all.

Sometimes Getting Lost is the Best of Things

Quentin Lucas explores storytelling’s roll in his journey into manhood.

A Man and His Music: Between the Lines of Suicide

When is music more than rhythmic passion? Three years after committing suicide, a young musician’s work is being heard worldwide for the first time.

Why I stopped Watching NFL Football

My life changed, my priorities changed, and I made a shocking decision that I have never regretted.