John Patrick Weiss on keeping things simple — and how that will improve your life.
In an open letter to his sons penned in the wake of the New England Patriots cheating scandal, photographer Vincent Pugliese talks about the ultimate consequences of cheating.
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Identifying if you are experiencing too much noise in the information coming into your life will be just the beginning of your constant evolution as a wise and caring human being.
#YesAllWomen wasn’t an attack; it was an almost unprecedented invitation to listen. Devin McCutchen shares what we can learn from these six words.
In a culture where oversharing is de rigueur, Patrick Brothwell finds that blogging while remaining authentic and not crossing boundaries is becoming increasingly difficult.
Nathan Daniels has a reason to avoid places where he might feel trapped. But he also has a reason to want to change.
If you are a teetotaler, what things have helped you stay sober? If you aren’t a teetotaler, what helps you say in control of your drinking habits?
These are comments by John Schtoll and Danny on the post “Can A Dad Take His Daughter Clothes Shopping (and Other Indignities of Modern Dadhood)”.
When he started condemning a friend who came out of the closet, Timothy Kurek decided to walk a mile in her shoes instead.
JuVan Langford on what stops us from feeling and being “man enough”.
Aleasa Word Shares The Roadmap to Better Social & Decision Making Skills for Kids
Patty Beach and Roger Toennis explore gender archetypes in the workplace and how the “V-Factor” can bring out the best in your employees.
Jim Mondry has achieve significant success as a professional leader. He credits those accomplishments to things he learned from becoming a parent. He shares them here.
Chris Crass shares notes for white religious leaders in majority white denominations who want to give a #BlackLivesMatter sermon.
Tor Constantino shares three personal qualities you can cultivate to become a rockstar at love and relationships.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with a group of African American men in which their share how they are feelings as Black men in America on Independence Day 2015
Kile Ozier imagines a conversation he might have with a friend in need. Because he understands.
Nothing can really prepare you for being a parent. And there is no damn way anything can prepare you for being a step-parent.
The police broke Thabo Sefolosha’s leg and fractured his career, and no one seems to care.
What if there were ways to making love that went far beyond what most people think it is—how open would you be to exploring that possibility?
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