The Things I Feel Most Guilty About as a Parent

The Things I Feel Most Guilty About as a Parent

Every parent has a secret list of things they wish they could be doing better. This is Mike Reynolds’ list…

How Nearly Dying Brought Me Close to My Father

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What nearly freezing to death taught me about my Dad.

You Should Never Feel Guilty for Having a Mental Illness – But Perhaps You Should for How You Choose to Handle it

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Danny Baker believes there is a right way and a wrong way to deal with your own mental illness.

How Not to Cheat

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Marriage is simply hard work. But the good news is that attitude is everything.

30 Ways to Make Yourself Miserable (Along with Everyone Around You)

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Lion Goodman shares the secret techniques to suffering.

‘Don Jon’ a Handful for Many Viewers

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Seamus Matlock on the challenges facing Joseph Gordon Levitt’s film.

I’m Coming Out…of the Happy Closet


JJ Vincent calls himself a “happy human”. And he feels kind of bad about that.

Your Dad Is In Jail. You Are Not Alone.

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Veronica Grace talks about the challenges of raising two sons while their father was in jail.

I’m a Recovering Video Game Addict

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Kevin Macku faces an addiction to something almost everyone indulges in at some point: video games.

Addiction: We’ve All Hurt Enough Already, Haven’t We?


Waking up in a jail cell with little to no recollection of how you got there really isn’t anyone’s ides of a good time.

My Crappy Restaurant

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Steve Coruzzi once owned a restaurant. And he was killing you.

Adolescent Regrets: Call for Submission Due 7/13


What do you regret from your teen years? If you could go back, what would you do differently?

The Great Apologist


Ryan W. Bradley has two things: an ability to apologize for anything and guilt that hangs onto him like a bodily organ.

Re-Humanizing Male Support Systems: The 3 a.m. Card

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In our darkest hours, it is important to have an emergency support system, and though it can be hard, sometimes we need to be able to let go of our pride and let in those closest to us.

Traveling Fathers Deal with Lineups and Guilt

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Adam Barr learns to how stop feeling guilty from travelling and give his kids a special coming-home gift—himself.

Stop Painting Your Ex as a Horrible, Negligent Addict and Resolve Your Divorce Guilt


Divorce attorney Morghan Leia Richardson critiques divorce guilt.