Andrew Smiler argues that masculinity is changing and most guys don’t really understand why.
Dr. Steve examines why leaving a dysfunctional relationship is so difficult. It’s deeper than you think.
Raised with very little exposure to church traditions, Sean Ackerman has insights on what makes religion work — for other people.
The tale of an overworked, disillusioned teacher and a shocking act of conscientiousness from an anonymous teen that revitalized her commitment to the classroom.
A new mother writes a heartfelt Thank You letter to her loving husband.
Whatever the holiday is about for you, giving some thought to these two things will make it more meaningful.
Michael Russnow argues that it is folly to judge historic figures by today’s standard of political correctness.
Rugger Burke identifies how regular, everyday people can achieve greatness.
Our hero is going to the gym to get one step closer to a 4 minute mile
Many times we get ourselves into a mental trap where not moving forward seems safe. It isn’t.
For Erin Kelly, being a fan of Steve Carell isn’t about just the laughs. It’s about growth and gratefulness.
Before you let your emotions get the best of you, take a look at what’s really bothering you.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews grad student Greg Pardlo’s “Digest”.
Chivalry is NOT dead, it’s merely evolving. Nate Bagley and the BIC Flex5 razor help you #SmoothUp your moves.
Tom Burns thinks that no matter where you work, you’ll relate to the wonderful (and sometimes terrible) colleagues on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Internet is a wild and wooly place, and not always great for kids. So how do you allow them to satisfy their curiosity online? Torch. You gotta see this.
Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” Dali obviously never played sports.
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