Fouad Alaa thinks about some of the cultural differences that affect his relationship.
Physical addiction is tough, but what about those bad behaviors that lack support groups? Fouad Alaa talks about his struggle with distractions.
Frequent GMP contributor Fouad Alaa lives in Malaysia. Here’s his unique perspective on the missing airline.
Checking your clothes for poop-stains, never going to the bathroom in peace again—raising tiny humans is dirty work. Fouad Alaa reflects on the insanity (and joy) that is parenting.
Fouad Alaa takes a close look at how anger can have practical applications.
Fouad Alaa wonders if all your dreams came true, could you handle it?
We all make mistakes. Fouad Alaa has suggestions on ways to fix our screw-ups and hopefully minimize their damage. “Oh God I think I screwed up real bad…” I can’t even remember how many times this phrase has run through my head. When I do something, accidentally or intentionally, that puts me in…
Fouad Alaa feels that growing up with four unique parents shaped his personality far more than biology did.
I never thought of myself as an addict before because I don’t have an unaccountable need for anything. Or so I thought…
Everyone has their own way of dealing with pain. What matters most is trying to view it as a learning opportunity.
Fouad Alaa shares some of the racism he experiences as a minority in America.
Fouad Alaa explains how to make a truly memorable gift – a treasure hunt – for your Valentine.
Fouad Alaa has your guide how to choosing the perfect V-day (or any day) gift.
Fouad Alaa says that since fights are inevitable, couples should find ways to build from them, rather than fall apart.
Fouad Alaa has some advice to help you prepare for that important job interview you have coming up.