May the best parts of you—including your more easygoing side, come out during and after your time sheltering at home.
As advocates of peace, what steps can we take to alleviate the violence, rampant poverty, and starvation?
The choice to stand tall for America brought us closer as a family and affirmed our sense of responsibility about what it means to represent “we the people.”
Rather than simply reacting to or rejecting the New Normal, it’s important that both men and women modify their behavior according to what is and isn’t appropriate.
As we get more comfortable in our own skins, we learn to defuse conflicts, put our houses in order, pay the good in our lives forward and make peace with life itself.
Why I’m rooting for Bill Clinton’s return to the White House (and it’s not what you might assume.)
Turning our attention to substance and selecting a new President for the right reasons is nothing less than an act of patriotism.
Hate and discrimination do not make any country great. America, let’s not repeat the same mistakes.
How to cope with life’s unfair moments
Ken Druck believed that he could control for the bad things of life, but losing his daughter taught him otherwise. You can’t prevent loss, but you can grow your resilience.
Dr. Ken Druck knows what it’s like to lose a loved one, but he also recognizes the pain of dealing with the daily loss of someone who is still alive. Here, 3 tips for dealing with these living losses.
Dr. Ken Druck wants the dad who lost his son in the Santa Barbara shooting to know that love and compassion are the path to healing.
Dr. Ken Druck knows about grief – he lost his own daughter suddenly – and he knows that grieving a major loss is not the same as Clinical Depression.
Ken Druck, best-selling author of a book about men, had to learn how to grieve after he lost his own daughter.