Dr. Warren Blumenfeld pledges his allegiance to humanity, not to the American flag.
As Phillip Chesnut was entering the doctor’s office for his vasectomy, the patient on the way out whispered “Good Luck”. Phillip soon found out why.
Jacob Nordby thanks his gay friends around the world for demonstrating for us all the courage to be different.
Ben Martin wants his kids to feel attractive, but wants them to value inner beauty more.
Kermet Apio believes pie is the key to the universe. And he’s not afraid to say so.
After losing his temper in front of his kids due to airport delays, Josh Misner met an airline employee who taught him the power of forgiveness
Tessa Auberjonois on growing up a VIP wallflower.
The media-generated perception: being black is synonymous with being poor, uneducated, unmotivated and a burden on society. Michael Taylor is having none of that.
Sara Gaer and Jim McCauley dismantle the myths about suicide so that people with suicidal ideation can get the help they need.
The problem with the images of perfection we see in the media is that they divide the world in two. Where would you rather belong?
With a clear message to forget his feelings amidst a fractured family, Christian Clifton finds himself robot-like when it comes to his emotions.
Former Major League Baseball player Ryan Freel committed suicide in 2012. It’s now been confirmed he suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, the national pastime’s first documented case. Neil Cohen discusses how MLB is getting proactive.
Just because a relationship is over doesn’t mean we stop loving that person. Mark Radcliffe explores the beauty and the pain of loss.
Orin Hahn liked to pretend that he knew what he was doing. It took a little girl to teach him how it’s done.
Joanna Schroeder admits that she thinks coolness matters…and she wonders if that makes her a jerk or a good parent.
Mark Sherman, married (to the same woman!) for more than 43 years, shares some straightforward ways he and his wife avoid common marital problems.