Collin Slattery learns which kinds of connections fulfill, and which are unsatisfying in comparison, in his experiment in avoiding social media.
Halfway into a month-long fast from social media, Collin Slattery wavers between enthusiasm and despair.
Collin Slattery and his father both believed that the ability to play golf was a marker of success.
At the end of a week without social media, Collin Slattery is becoming aware of the changes in himself.
Collin Slattery is taking a break from Facebook and Twitter. Could you survive a month-long fast from social media?
One word does not do justice to what a father does.
Gynecomastia makes adolescence even more confidence-crushing than usual for boys.
Collin Slattery believes “There’s no such thing as a bashful entrepreneur.” The key, he finds, is to ask yourself “What would Donald do?”
It’s not one thing or another that makes a woman attractive to Collin Slattery. It’s the little things and the big things. It is everything and nothing.
What’s your favorite inspirational quote, and how has it shaped who you are as a man?
Collin Slattery recounts his mother and sisters, their vicious plan to ruin his life, and the invaluable price of what he gained in order to replace what they took.
He might be gone, but Collin Slattery hopes his father would be proud of the man he’s trying to become.