You want people to relate to you when you write, but are you alienating those you love the most?
Matthew Rozsa asks one of the most important ethical questions that any editorial writer must answer: At what point does “personal” become “too personal?”
For Thomas Fiffer, a misty morning drive brings back memories of heartbreak and summons a vision for the future.
Jerry Waxler’s interview with Carla Odell chronicles her transformation from a reporter to a writer of memoirs—for hire.
Put a picture of sex workers on your article, tell everyone how disgusting it is, and watch the punters click.
What do you do if physical constraints limit what you’re passionate about? Aaron Tang suggests an answer.
Sami Jankins explores the endless possibilities that become available when you decide to follow your passion.
Patterns do repeat themselves.
Todd Clayton on a romantic experience that changed his perspective on trust, love, and sex.
His dad survived the German occupation, war, and a host of other struggles. He taught him these invaluable lessons. — Who is it who inspires you the most? A Rock Star? An Olympian? A Philosopher?[Read More…]
Three years ago Terry Lancaster decided to take a break from drinking. It was supposed to be temporary, but he’s never looked back.
If you’re sitting on the fence about chasing a dream, a fitness goal, a girl, traveling across the world, or starting that dream business–take a chance. — People claim perfection doesn’t exist. They state it’s[Read More…]
Cabot O’Callaghan knows everything there is to know about love. Which means he knows he knows nothing.
And you thought ‘enthusiastic consent’ was only sexual. Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project.
There is one defense that feels good in the moment, but is actually robbing you of your personal power.
They’re perfect. Unlucky you.
At 38 years old, this man decided to ignore his doubt and made his dream his reality. He says it’s never too late. — Are you living with regrets? Are you ignoring your passion? Did[Read More…]
Boston combats skin cancer with new, free sunscreen dispensers — at no cost to taxpayers, either.
In the theater, we can set aside our differences and be united in the power of our stories.
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