Josh Magill wonders if we can overcome our basic wickedness for something better … friendship.
‘Gone Girl’ is a reminder of a fact society has long had a hard time grasping: Moral depravity knows no gender.
Agnostic Jerry Martin had a vivid encounter with a personal God. Then he pondered his options: spiritual counselor, psychiatrist, or just keep quiet?
“Silicon Valley parties are notoriously dour.” So begins This is Rage. We will be serializing the book, chapter by chapter. This is chapter one.
Spoon Jackson does not define himself as a murderer, but by what he has done in the days since. How do you see him?
For some child abuse survivors, forgiveness is a path to healing. For others, being pressured to forgive only makes things worse. Don’t assume that you know which is which.
Justin Cascio’s life has been changed by the writers who reveal their own lives—and the taboos of our society.
Frustrated and feeling devalued by strangers, Nick Browne addresses his future reaction to being called a ‘babysitter’ when he is alone with his kids.
Why make promises if you’re planning to break them? Why give someone hope of a better, happier future when you’re planning on taking it away?
I’ve got your Big Bang Theory right here.
When your dream of self-employment is threatened, when should you suck it up and work for someone else?
There isn’t a list of things that these couples do differently. There’s one difficult thing they choose to accept.
It is exhausting to live in fear, and worse than that … it keeps you from living.
Should I feel good about myself? After all, I was going home to eat from my refrigerator and sleep in my bed while those poor souls were back on the street.
James A. Landrith compares the differences between books and e-books, and what he finds might surprise you.
As accomplished as I may seem to be, I experience imposter syndrome, which tells me I will never be enough.
Central to healing boyhood sexual abuse, is the curative power of love and validation.
After eight years of higher education he landed a dream job, then left it all to be his own boss.
Douglas Luman considers boyhood and the difficulties of growing up in this “sourced poem.”
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.