Midlife crises are inevitably seen as tragic and desperate, but as we approach middle-age it is natural to consider where we are in our lives.
It is a small word with huge power.
Significant changes within me reflect changes around me–and I’m loving it.
This is My Truth, Tell Me Yours.
It is hard for many of us to confront the idea of death, yet it is perhaps what makes us most human.
Flaws show the beauty and content of our character.
It’s not about numbers, it’s about meeting someone right.
We can value ourselves just as we are.
I don’t fear admitting my struggles with depression and know overcoming them has given me strength.
In being true to ourselves with our actions, we will find our peace and move on with life.
In telling – and owning – my story, I have a stronger sense of who I am and how I can make the most of the time that I have here than I ever had before.
I haven’t given up on sharing my life with somebody. But I’ve given up on looking for her.
Men show emotion all the time. Go to any football match and you will see a whole range of emotions on display .
Our modern society has sexualized (and made a controversy of) events of daily life to the point of ridiculous insanity.
Matthew Williams believes that it is through heartache that we find ourselves.
Matthew Williams questions what it means to be a