Polarization Nation: Irrational Fighting About Gun Control on Facebook, A One-Sided Imagined Dialogue

Michael Kasdan has reached a boiling point and can’t take it anymore. Here is how he blew off some steam. (Alt. Title: Every anti-gun control argument you hear every day on Facebook)

6 Signs Your Daughter is Dating Brock Turner

A difficult conversation with your daughter about her relationships can be awkward and uncomfortable, but it might just be the talk that keeps her safe.

John Oliver Did a Good Thing and It Went Viral

Whether by design or just because it is who you are, creating positive viral content can be exciting. But does it create long-term impact?

Cloudy water

Matthew Sweet is beginning to disconnect, and it is making him a better man.

The Social Sickness

Do you have an unhealthy relationship with social media? This infographic shows us the social media habits that lead to a severe social sickness and massive decrease in productivity.

Smash a Few Stereotypes, Laugh, and Let It Go

One entrepreneur decides to challenge the stereotypes about how his brain works, poke fun at some ridiculous memes, and stop chasing squirrels.

How to Really Connect with Your Partner and Other Human Beings

Here’s how to save your neck and relationships and get much more out of life…

Out of the Man Box: Five Ways to Hack Through Life

Ernest Roberts believes there’s more to living life than meets the eye. He examines these five unique reasons why.

Mental Health and the Changing Face of Courage

Sean Swaby wants to know, “What is courage today?”

Our New Social Media Babies–and the New Realities of Oversharing

Frank Priegue gives us a brief history of oversharing and the beauty it can bring.

Is 10,000 Really the Magic Number to Being Your Own Media Company?

“But why?” he asked. “But why would you want to get to 10,000?”

How to Keep an Eye on Your Kids’ Social Media Accounts

The internet is both an amazing and scary place for our kids. These tips will help you protect them.

Be Careful What You Ask For On the Internet

You probably wouldn’t let the Internet name your baby. So what could go wrong in naming your $289 million polar research vessel?

Facebook Friends Are Not ‘Fake Friends’ — Especially Not to Introverts

Being introverted means appreciating different kinds of friendships.

What Made This One So Popular?

Theresa Byrne deconstructs a wildly popular meme.

6 Steps to Breaking Facebook Addiction With ‘Activation Energy’

If you use activation energy to your advantage you can kill your impulses to go on Facebook without having to delete your account or use willpower to stop yourself.