“Eddie said partly why he left was her goddamn nerves.” By Sara Lippmann
Bruce Trettor loves the trial and error of the cooking process. Here’s one of his favorites for the holidays.
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The Mormon Church changed its handbook to treat same sex marriages, and the children of those families, in the vilest of ways. Now some who fought for marriage equality are speaking out against religious bashing as well.
Music can change your mind, your mood and it may just save your life… “Music kept me from committing suicide as a kid.”
“It’s up to us, to be the change, And even though we all can still do more,
There’s so much to be thankful for,”
Divorce doesn’t change who you are. It changes how you experience yourself and your life every single day thereafter.
It’s the nature of life in the 21st century—where stress and worry are a part of our daily existence—for us to become self-absorbed and consequently unaware of just how vital our Mom’s and Dads are to us.
Happy Thanksgiving from all the Mo Bros!
Walter Beck is a poet who is not here to conform to anyone’s notions of a man. Gratitude is a convention he can live with however, and he expresses his here, in a chant that only Walter can do.
The most impactful lessons our kids learn are those they observe in our own attitudes and behaviors. Make it a habit to practice gratitude.
Why I am grateful for the cultural progress made by the autistic community on this Thanksgiving.
Life’s greatest blessings often come from our biggest disappointments.
Sophomore Magazine’s Garrett McDonnell had never been “outed” before, but then his doctor backed him into a corner. Coming out was the right thing to do. Here’s why.
Chivalry is NOT dead, it’s merely evolving. Nate Bagley and the BIC Flex5 razor help you #SmoothUp your moves.
Tom Burns thinks that no matter where you work, you’ll relate to the wonderful (and sometimes terrible) colleagues on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Internet is a wild and wooly place, and not always great for kids. So how do you allow them to satisfy their curiosity online? Torch. You gotta see this.
Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.” Dali obviously never played sports.
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