I’m afraid I’ll never see her again.
Michael Carley traces the progression of his wife’s disease through her artwork.
For Alzheimer’s Caregivers, the Toll Can Be Overwhelming
People often re-write their own history, intentionally or not.
Can a wealthy business person be qualified for the role of President even with no prior political experience?
How does our culture reinforce the acceptability of assault and other acts of oppression?
They make it up as they go along while inventing fake statistics and code words.
In a country that doesn’t like to talk about class, or even acknowledge that it exists, the poor are often convinced that if they haven’t made it, it is their fault.
The procedure was an easy choice for us.
From not being believed, to being blamed, to seeing their convicted rapist get little to no real punishment, it’s no wonder victims are often silent.
Our culture has, for centuries, told us all that all things male are of greater value. This is changing.
It shows how much our society still expects women, and even young girls, to take responsibility for the sexual behavior and lack of impulse control of men.
Michael Carley cleverly couches a political “what if” as a future fiction story.
A study last year of 111 former NFL players found that 110 had CTE. Isn’t it time we re-evaluated the cost of the game we love so much?
The real life account of a son’s care for his mother turns into a movement to educate about dementia.