Erik Proulx is parenting without a script—or a father’s influence. And he’s doing a damn good job.
What type of father was your dad? What’s your best memory of him? As a parent, will you learn from his mistakes or try to be just like him?
Erik Proulx never hated his father, “a wonderful person with a terrible sickness”: heroin addiction.
A week after asking for a raise and a promotion from his position at a major New York City advertising agency, he was laid off, jobless like so many others.
Erik Proulx never really knew his father. But friends and relatives keep trying to fill in the blanks.
What should schools do about radicalisation? From July 1, schools in the UK have a legal duty to prevent pupils being radicalised.
As we hurry by it is easy to overlook the small and the common place.
You’ve been trained to make “yes” your default — but you can change that without drowning in guilt.
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Quote from Richard Ford’s “Independence Day”.
Sometimes, you know exactly what you want out of life. But sometimes, you have to explore and discover it.
She tried everything she could before she realized these truths that led to healing. — I grew up with family and friends that all drank alcohol. It was a way of life. Social gatherings, family[Read More…]
Be patient. Be perseverant. Be pliant in your placement of power, and precise in your pursuit of peace.
Matthew Rozsa has one thing to say about superhero movies: Enough!
After growing up in an abusive home, this woman left at 15 and found her path to healing. — I love to write. In fact, I AM a writer. I am an untrained and unpublished[Read More…]
The Muscle Dad has the goal to help every dad be the best ever. Here are seven tips to get you started.
Freedom’s voice will find a way to speak. What will history say about how we chose to use it?
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