Sure you’re in love, but before you consider a life-long partnership you want to be clear about life values.
A son travels when his dad is near death, and learns a lesson. Closeness has nothing to do with physical bodies.
Ed Herzog has reached the point in his life where he does not think he will ever become a dad. Here is how he feels about it.
Going through the death of someone you love is hard, but it doesn’t have to be the end of your happiness.
When all is lost, making the choice for “just one more” can make all the difference.
It doesn’t really matter whether life is fair or not, it’s your life and you can choose not to be a victim.
Life moves quickly. Without even realizing it, we give away pieces of ourselves. We forget our dreams. We forget we had choices. We forget who we were.
A Dad Shares About the Huge Horrible Horrendous Fight He Had With His Wife —That She Never Knew About
Adam Hall was furious. Irate. Beside himself. He ranted, he raved, he fumed. Thanks to what he discovered, his wife was completely unaware of the fight they had. Here is how it went down.
Each day is a different chapter of your life. What will book will you write?
Finding the perfect one may be difficult, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t stop looking.
Joe Marraccino is facing George Bailey/Wonderful Life crossroads. In his case, he really does not want his kids to live life as if he had never been born. He is addressing it, instead, this way.
When you change your messages to yourself you change your mind, and that is what it takes to change your life.
Your life is but an accumulation of days. Make this one count.
Brian Rutter contemplates life choices and finds redemption through the power of Shawshank Redemption. Again and again and again.
Dillan DiGiovanni talks personal leaps, what holds people back, and how to jump forward.
Bernard Haynes says these seven choices are either helping or hurting the way you live life.