If life forces you to walk in the road, someday you have to ask why.
MLB is changing its rules to pick up the pace. But according to Nate Graziano, it’s not that the games are too long; it’s that we’ve become too damned impatient.
There is always someone out there for you. Sometimes you have to reach out instead of waiting to be reached.
It appears that our greatest flaw is that we forge an identity with our possessions and relationships.
Thomas Fiffer explains how abuse doesn’t always fit the stereotypes, and that is why it is sometimes difficult to recognize and act on.
We all need money to survive in this society. If there is a healthy relationship to money, what does that look like?
What makes the difference between people who get knocked down by life and stay down, and those who get back up?
Meth, bikers, hoarders, and a semester at Humboldt State University. Rob Roberge recounts a harrowing attempt to get clean while getting a degree.
Ken Goldstein had finally made peace with becoming an author. Then he discovered he had to build a platform.
There isn’t a mountain he wouldn’t move, not a horrifying trombone solo he wouldn’t sit through, for these kids, that aren’t his own. And the thing that is hard about that is… he isn’t their dad.
Is this the easiest life-hack to help make you fall asleep?
You know when you’re on the phone with your favorite person in the whole world and you can tell they are getting tired, but you aren’t ready to hang up yet? That’s how it feels[Read More…]
Writer Karen Jones wants gals who catch men doing self deprecating humor, to encourage them to stop. Then tell them how great they are, instead.
Tracy Bennett explains how revenge porn is legal in most states and countries, leaving victims with little recourse for protection.
Kathryn Streeter reflects on 24 years of marriage, life with teens, and the magic of celebrating each new year together.
Joy Ladin offers a bittersweet remembrance of a father who loved and was loved from a distance.
Being attractive is more complicated than straight teeth and nice pecs. Harris O’Malley shows us how.
Last Friday morning, the head coach of Australian Football League club Adelaide Crows was killed at his home. His son was subsequently charged with murder. Australian sporting satirist Titus O’Reily took time out from his usual remit to pen the following.
This man is on a journey to change his health, mind, and sex life in 66 days.
Urban wildlife is here to stay. Cities and their residents need better policies to coexist with the many animals making their homes in cities and suburbs.
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