Triggers. We all have them. What can we do when someone pushes one?
It can be hard to believe that we have value for just existing. And then someone reminds us in the simplest way.
Do we even remember life before everything we do could be recorded online and shared with the world?
I’ll admit it. It scares the hell out of me. To step into the unknown. To take a path I’ve never taken before.
For Mike Iamele, success started to mean all the wrong things. He couldn’t imagine how much this realization would change his life.
You are changing the world, just by existing. You are worthy of everything you’ve ever wanted. And it’s a heck of a lot easier to figure that out now than to spend your life striving after the illusions.
Mike Iamele asks why we feel guilty for taking care of ourselves, and if we need to rethink our priorities.
We plan. We do. We plan. We do. Now, Mike Iamele is taking some time to watch, and suggests we do the same.
Mike Iamele wants to remind you to give someone special a gift this year…and it doesn’t cost a thing. Seriously.
For Mike Iamele, sometimes the key to getting along is remembering that everyone you’re dealing with was once a kid, too.
One man on Reddit responded with a life lesson we all need to hear.
If you’re looking for an edge this fall in your yearly fantasy football league, you have 10 months to prepare. Dads make the best fantasy football players.
After sensing hesitation on talking about ‘girl’ things, Brian Gawlak reassures his daughter no subject is off limits.
Emotional invalidation is one of the root causes of relationship conflicts, trauma-induced mental illness and violence.
One incarcerated man asks if confinement to a maximum security prison is the best way to reform criminals.
Wellness Coach, Jason Gootman, takes the guess work out of eating. Follow these 3 simple rules to eat for optimal health.
It is “back to school”. Little boy in the burbs has another name for it.
Adam Davis on how time, respect, and unity help build a blended family.
I had been manning up and powering through things for years. I thought I could live the rest of my life without having to actually face the horror of the past. I was foolish.
When his young son asks for a doll for his birthday, a father reacts in the most appropriate, masculine way.
Rick Sanchez utilizes the inexact time just before “lights out” where the most interesting conversations happen with his daughter.
Andy Schulkind on viewing a rather humiliating and horrible example of how to treat your employees.
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.