Are You Just As Flaky As Your Friends?


Is it okay to cancel plans via text? Is it better to lie about why you’re canceling, or tell the embarrassing truth? Most importantly, do you ever stand up to your friends when they flake out?

Why We Run #10: Pushing Myself Into Constant Motion


Bob Sinclair walked until he could run. Now he can’t stop.

Tools For Changing Your Life That Don’t Require Willpower


Learning life-wisdom through pleasure.

Drinking Buddy


The sad link between his male friendships and drinking.

The 6 Types of Guy Friends You Have [video]


Do you know these guys? Are you one of them?

Dear Dad: Am I a Helicopter Mom?


A Mom writes in with a major issue all parents will one day face.

Maturity: Learning It’s Not About You

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Matthew Rozsa discusses three ways in which being mature can be reduced to a single lesson: It isn’t about you.

5 Ways To Avoid The Friend Zone


Do you keep finding yourself in the “friend zone”? James Sama can tell you why, and how to get out of it.

Let Yourself Get Hurt


Dillan DiGiovanni thinks that getting hurt helps us feel more free.

A Killer and Humanity


Josh Magill wonders if we can overcome our basic wickedness for something better … friendship.

How My Friend Came Out To Me


LeRon Barton reflects on homeboys, hip-hop, and homosexuality in the hood.

Changing the World with New Forms of Thought

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Getting to know the Warrior Poet, Tori Ufondu interviews Cameron Conaway

What is Your Attachment Style?


There are 4 ways to build connections. Only 1 works.

11 Incredible Reasons Why Having Friends At Work Is Important

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Here is a snappy infographic that clearly shows the benefits friendship in the workplace

My Life in Review: The People Who Changed Me

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As the calendar moves forward, Matthew Rozsa looks back at 6 life-changing relationships he’s had and lost.

How Your Greatest Insecurities Reveal Your Deepest Gifts


It’s so easy to get lost in the quest for self-improvement. Every billboard seduces us with the vision of a happier, more successful life. Ken Page suggests an opposite road to happiness.