Surprising lessons on goodness from a movie about gangsters.
Sean O’Donnell is taking a serious look at who it is that gets to comment on his life, his loves and his family. If you don’t like it, feel free to “de-friend” him.
“It’s a show immersed in lies, deception, sex, power, manipulation and greed, but dive a little deeper and you will start to realize the ways this show can help improve your life.”
The right woman doesn’t want your car, your money, or gifts. She wants your time, your effort, your honesty, your loyalty, and your respect.
A young man sounds off on the hurt a family has caused to the man he loves. It was a gift worth returning: the “gift” of conditional love. Here is what he has to say to them.
The story of how an adoptee became the center-piece of our everyday life.
Matthew Rozsa meditates on the downfall of Cosby and the rise of the new integrity.
It’s usually harder for younger men to look past a woman’s looks. But, it happens. Here, a young writer schools his Gen-Y brethren.
What have you done, today, to earn the loyalty of those who follow you?
Love and happiness are a choice. Jackson Bliss explores 10 more ways to have more of both
Ashley Palmer on the real reasons you might want to date someone who does Crossfit.
Nate Owens decided he would become a Cleveland Browns fan just like his dad. Talk about a way for a man to get his heart broken.
After former child actor Trevor Eyster became homeless, he learned the true meaning of friendship from a puppy called Jake.
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