Your Story Can Change Someone’s Life

You never know whose life you could impact.

A is for Affections for Girl Cookie Monster: Eric Sirota – “Cookie Monster” (Great Plains 2015)

Overly analytical Cookie Monster is neurotic about his affections for girl cookie monster.

Your Family Needs Support for the Journey

In Part 2 of the series, “Every Family Has a Story,” Darla Johnson shares tips for finding the support that helps your family thrive.

My Husband Never Changes the Toilet Paper Roll

Does that mean he’s passive aggressive, or doesn’t love or respect me?

Dear GMP: You’re Changing My Life

“I thought I was alone in my feelings and didn’t have a way to communicate about it.”

One Bike, Two Kids, and Creative Teamwork for the Win

These two kids came up with the perfect way share a bike.

Living Your Personal Values at Work

Peter Kobs tells the story of what his son’s autism has taught him about leadership (and himself).

Why I Write: Because It Makes Me a Better Person

Darla Johnson shares five benefits writing brings to her life.

His Hands are Rough

The sandpaper roughness in his hands has spread to his voice box, and it’s sometimes hard for others to know what he’s saying. It’s sometimes hard for even him to know what he’s saying.

How to Give Someone Bad News

The experts at Wellcast share tips on how to break bad news to family members, friends, and co-workers.

My Disabilities Do Not Define Me. I Am Jim.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) allowed access to special education for people with disabilities.

Embracing Shared Custody: How to Manage When Your Kids Are With Dad

A divorced parent is rarely totally comfortable with their children gone, but it’s good for kids to be with both mom and dad. Karen Becker helps moms let go.

How to Share What Hurts

To claim your story and live an honest life, you have to share your pain.

Common Ground Is Sacred Ground

Ty Phillips helps us push past our differences to the humanity that unites us.

The 1950’s Man In Me: Part 2

Sometimes talking about our emotions isn’t all we think it’s cracked up to be.

Are You Raising Resilient Kids?

Psychotherapist Mel Schwartz helps parents push past the obstacles to raising strong, self-sufficient children.