You want people to relate to you when you write, but are you alienating those you love the most?
Jason Kiesau believes that creating a culture of respect, love, trust, togetherness, and fun in the home can lead to closer families.
Writer Brian Rutter thought his life was about the butcher, the baker and the custom cabinet maker. Then he looked a little closer.
Dixie Gillaspie sees through the smoke of battle caused by the recent Honey Maid commercial and explains the truth we all want to accept, but don’t know how.
Nugent has had sex with teens, writes songs about raping tweens and somehow still campaigns with ‘family values’ candidates.
Jack Rivera opens up about the addiction that almost cost him everything and how his family helped keep it all together.
If conservatives want to run America like a business, they should never turn a potential customer away.
Contrary to popular opinion, Jay Palter believes that watching television can sometimes be a great family activity.
Before realizing the truth about himself, Tom Keiser had little idea what being gay meant, other than as an ineffective synonym for “happy.”
While working out at the gym, Richard Nicastro looked male intimacy in the eye and named it. And almost got punched out for doing so.
Tyler Curry knows it can be scary to hear someone you like say they have HIV, but it is far from a deal breaker. Here’s how you can talk through it together.
Caitlin Ebeling wants everyone to know that not all Christians are as the media currently depicts them.
There is no “right” way to build a happy and satisfying relationship.Why not expand our notions of “marriage” then, and let each couple discover the right way for them?
This man says that what we have been taught about exercise takes up too much of our time and doesn’t get the best results. — I’m busy. I mean like very. Starting with a full-time[Read More…]
Matt Sweetwood knows what it takes to be a good leader. He also knows what it takes to be a great dad. He explains the difference between the two skill sets.
Trying to understand his son, Sean Swaby discovered that teenagers are just like cats.
Does putting a woman on the $20-bill represent actual change? Or does it mask systemic sexism and racism?
He lost the love of his life. Little did he realize how a hobby would help him heal. —- Everyone experiences events over the course of life that alters not only their thinking but also[Read More…]
“Life is like a slide…. So much that we get up every day and do it again.” – Linda Poindexter
How does someone go about forgiving a father for a multitude of sins? Henrietta M. Ross tells us how. — Forgiveness. It’s a word thrown around breezily these days. Facebook pictures implore you to forgive[Read More…]
Despite arsonists on the run, neither manhunts nor media blitzes have materialized.
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