What Can You Do to Stop the Shootings?

How to spot signs of premeditation and what to do as a bystander when you suspect violent intentions?

How to Pick Up Women in Your Social Circle

Harris O’Malley on playing it cool and taking it slow when meeting new women in your social scene.

White Power, Idiots, And An Unfair World

Life may never be fair, but we can do our best to make our society that way.

I’m The Primary Parent, But I’m Not The Only Parent That Matters

Even though I may be the primary parent during the day, there’s always the night shift to make up for it, right?

We’re Doomed…a Day of Facebook ‘Facts’

After a day of drinking in Facebook posts and memes, I resisted engaging in trash talk. Doesn’t that count for something?

We Quarrel Over Names Because We Want to Feel Valued

It’s not political correctness gone wrong or an attack on freedom of speech. It’s a call-to-action to empower those on the margins to have an equal role in authoring our National and global story.

Why No One Understands You, And What You Can Do About it

Give people the information they need, writes Craig Playstead. Otherwise, things can end very badly.

In Praise of Facebook

Attacking social media is all the rage among the cool kids these days. This involves a great deal of hypocrisy. Studies have shown that many of those who rail against social media use it often.

What Was He Like?

My grandfather made mistakes. He abandoned people who needed him, he alienated people who loved him, but he taught me one important thing — not to have any regrets.

How to Survive Your First Year Post Divorce

Jenny Kanevsky found a safe, confidential place for friendship and advice in an online divorce support group.

Connect To Your Family Not Your Phone

Are you using your portable devices or are they using you?

5 Instagram Dangers Every Dad With a Daughter Needs to Know

Tor Constantino shares parental precautions for the #1 photo-sharing site among kids.

Hack Attack Wednesday — We Feel the Love

What could have been a horrible situation was turned around by an outpouring of love.

Why This Dad Thinks Facebook Should Have an “R” Rating for Kids

Tor Constantino swears he’s not a prude—he just doesn’t think his teen and preteen are ready for Facebook. ___ I’m a parent of two daughters ages 11 and 13 respectively. Neither of them has a Facebook page—and they won’t in the near term. While Facebook itself has a policy that requires anybody with an FB […]

Your Daughter is Asleep on the Couch with a Strange Boy — What Do You Do?

One dad made an unusual choice, and the story struck a real nerve. Here’s what a group of our writers had to say.

Words of Hope for a Young Boy Who Is Gay

“I’m homosexual and I’m afraid about what my future will be and that people won’t like me.”