This week we take a look at the flurry of words following the “Fight of the Century.”
Do you want to increase the fire that burns between you and your loved one? Do you want to do it without sacrificing a Saturday slate of sports that may rival the Royal Wedding, and Royal Delivery Part I & II combined. This is your step-by-step guide to doing both.
All of the virtues in the world are not going to win this fight. Jesus isn’t going to make sure Manny wins just because he likes Manny better. The sad reality is success is not coupled with virtue.
In this week’s Friday Sports Dump, we ask you to think before watching two people box and thank two young adults for making us not lose faith in the future.
Confidence can be learned, and Dr. Travis Bradberry identifies the behaviors that confident people consistently exhibit.
From Mayweather to Dr. J to A-Rod, we take a look at the memorable quotes from the world of sport in the past week.
Coach Scott Cross of the University of Texas-Arlington’s men’s basketball team tweeted last night that he is not interested in recruiting players to his program who take selfies.
Matthew Salesses reflects upon the moment he realized he was not white, and explores the ways in which racism against Asians Americans is nearly invisible in our culture.
Showtime explains how the infusion of “jailhouse culture” into our society is desensitizing our youth to the horrors of the prison system.
After Daniel Tosh steps in the ring with Pacquiao, he says, “See, Mayweather, that’s how a man behaves.”
Caveat emptor! What your mother never told you about being in a relationship but, Dr. Steve will.
Ryan Williams-Virden explains how denying the truth about whiteness is standing in the way of progress against racism.
A parent of a finicky eater turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice on how many meals to offer a child with a particular palate.
“Perfectionism” has probably never been listed as a cause of death because it doesn’t kill the person you are, it kills the person you could be.
When you surrender to something bigger than yourself, you open the door to change and transformation. You step into the world of transcendence.
Jordan Gray says that you can save yourself years of frustration, heartache, and confusion by adopting this one relationship practice.
At first, Lisa Zabaldo expected her husband to be a carbon copy of herself in terms of raising their kids. Here’s why it was a bad idea.
How a cancer diagnosis can help to raise happy, healthy boys.
For entrepreneur Patrick Whaley, a life threatening gunshot wound wasn’t a set back. It served as motivation to fulfill his longtime dream.
What makes a good man? Yasmina Blackburn reflects on how perspectives can shape the views about men.
Unnecessary things are like USB ports.
In Philly, wide-ranging police reforms submitted in the year following Ferguson’s unrest.
Why what we are doing here is so important.