Jesse Kornbluth reviews the graceful writing and ideology of Thich Nhat Hanh.
With the Oscars soon approaching, Jesse Kornbluth reviews a 1970’s Italian film about a man who finds he can boost his own life status at the cost of another man’s life.
John Patrick Weiss gives a recovery plan to women addicted to men in kilts. That is, Diana Gabaldon’s “Outlander” books.
When you are 80 years old, you are allowed to go slow. Leonard Cohen uses his slowness as a way to sizzle.
Back away from One Hundred Years of Solitude and toss that old paperback of La casa de los Espíritus into the book donation bin, because Latin America’s rich literary heart was beating long before “the Boom,” long before colonization, even—and it hasn’t slowed yet.
Four more micro reviews of rare, great and unique children’s books from around the world, courtesy of One Potato.net
Zach Rosenberg may be a married father of a preschooler, but he and his wife don’t let their sex life suffer. What’s his trick?
Josh Bowman just moved into a new apartment, and wants to share the many bits of wisdom he has learned from moving way too many times in his life.
Shawn Fludd shares, “Not being local to your children is hard but you can maintain a great relationship with them. I think the most important thing is for them to know that you are thinking of them, even though you’re not there.”
Jordan Kozey takes us into the mind of man finding his way post-marriage.
Harris O’Malley has a new read for the nerds trying their hands at online dating.
A stay-at-home dad shares his insights on how he became depressed in his new role and offers advice on ways to combat stay-at-home ‘dadpression’.
Want the type of connection that keeps the two of you together forever?
It sounds oxymoronic, but not feeling numbness is the key to unlocking success in health, wealth, and relationships… so why is it so hard for manly men to feel?
Jr. high, high school, college, trade school, any school can be challenging for gay, bi, trans*, and queer folk. We want to hear your stories and advice.
I think you think love is lost, but I can still see its colour and shape with my outsiders perspective.
Mark Radcliffe wants you to get some perspective and spew some of your venom toward the accused serial rapist in our midst.
So many of us go through our lives without ever looking inside and without ever contemplating whether we’re doing the “right” thing. Most of us aren’t willing to look closely at our behavior to see how we fit into society. How did we get to where we are? Do we like ourselves?
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Caveat emptor! What your mother never told you about being in a relationship but, Dr. Steve will.
Why what we are doing here is so important.