Being thankful is nice. But EXPRESSING your gratitude? That’s a game changer.
Offering a sigh where a scream would be more appropriate..
CJ Kaplan loses a childhood friend and gains some perspective.
Teachers and friends, writers and bosses, lovers and heroes –I lovingly remember and honor the gifts you shared.
They say there are two things you can be sure of in life: death and taxes. If you’re in a relationship, you can add one more thing to that list: fights.
View image | gettyimages.com Mary McLaurine’s sons have been called Mama’s Boys. And that’s OK. Why? Because they love their mother. They are also independent adults with lives of their own. My sons and I have always been close. Today, one is 30, and the other 34. Like most siblings, they have much in […]
Just because you didn’t work out as lovers, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be friends – even good friends. But being friends after a break-up is tricky and takes work… sometimes more work than the relationship did.
Adele Kenny recalls an evening with friends and the complex intersections of companionship and loneliness which emerge when we are simultaneously connected and disconnected.
Soul Mates aren’t always what we assume. Sometimes two people can share everything and nothing at all.
We set aside the important, intentional thing for the urgent, immediate thing. All the dang time. At least I do.
It’s good for you to let go of your anger and forgive, but forgetting isn’t required or even necessarily healthy.
Desperately seeking an opinion on how to reduce my daily dietary opinion intake.
Ultimately, there are two ways to look at loss, positive and negative. Finding another way to cope, then another, then another, is what keeps me alive.
Heather Gray explains how not understanding or respecting this is why relationships with lovers, friends, and family can fail.