Wisdom from a pint-sized guru inspires a new phase in the evolution of love.
Sex and The Single Dad
Al DeLuise on the secret to maintaining a great friendship with someone you used to be married to.
What books do you enjoy reading with your children?
Working when you have ADD can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. J.R. Reed gives you the lowdown on how to conquer your job.
If pride truly cometh before the fall then we need a strong harness and a good helmet.
Games go better with good food.
Divorce rates for those with ADD are nearly double that of the general population. Here are some tips to keep you from being another statistic.
Think adult ADD doesn’t exist? Think again. J.R. Reed looks at life with the illness and shows that it doesn’t have to control your life.
J.R. Reed looks at a coaching legend and the memories he shared with his dad. My first memories of football are of watching Nebraska in the 1970’s. My parents were both raised in the Cornhusker state and I, along with my younger brother, was born there before moving to California in 1969.These thoughts are on my…
Want your partner to willingly participate in your fantasies? It’s not as hard as you may think.
Sometimes the message is in the song. This time the message is the song. Music is a big part of my life even if the only thing I play is the stereo. I prefer digital to analog as it’s much easier to tune. The iPhone is my instrument of choice.I Will Wait by Mumford and Sons…
After an auto accident and a trip to the ER J.R. Reed explores the will of God and the fallibility of modern medicine.
“You keep it classy, San Diego.” Ron Burgundy, Anchorman
Eighteen years after losing his faith, J.R. Reed would really like to find it again.I can’t stand when I misplace things. On a scale of 1-10 I give it a 12. If it’s something important I move it up to the 15-20 range, depending on what it is.I tell you this because about eighteen years…
Being a single dad to a teenage girl is hard. ADD doesn’t make it any easier.
Thirty years after being inspired by a TV character J.R. Reed is inspired by the real life of Michael J. Fox.