Do you have regret in life? Take action today to change them so you don’t take them to your death bed.
Strong, powerful, without regret—why have we delegated these characteristics to men (and only men) after a breakup? James Gummer gets us off the couch.
The greatest enemy to your self-confidence is not others, but yourself.
Looking back, Charlie Scatturo realized what he did wrong. If only he had a chance to make it all right.
As toddlers, we’re told to “just say you’re sorry.” As adults, we quickly learn that isn’t true.
The same lessons that kept Leland Fey alive will improve anyone’s quality of living, especially the first one.
She doesn’t know that I left to get my life together so that it could include her.
Thomas Fiffer remembers a time when life glittered with possibility.
When you start to question your commitment to Movember…
Kimberlie Dykeman talks about six things that keep you weighed down, and why a good shedding helps more than yourself.
Getting divorced may be the best or the only choice you can make, but some regrets may come into focus in hindsight.
If today is your day. Or mine. What will you change? How will you treat those around you? What will you spend your moments on?
Don’t look back with regret; live your life appreciating what’s around you here and now.