In this episode, the Kvetching Professor first talks about two of the most famous advice columns ever — “Dear Abby” and “Ask Ann Landers.” And then it’s about his own altogether fictitious contribution — “Dr. Mark.” Unless you wanted a good laugh, you probably wouldn’t want to write in to ask Dr. Mark for his…
You need to know the difference.
Sometimes it is easier to prevent discomfort than to walk out on it.
Ghosting is really about avoidance. We ignore texts, phone calls, and emails, and fade away slowly or quickly, in order to avoid confrontation or what really amounts to an uncomfortable conversation.
There needs to be more than one reason?
You might need some new friends.
My mind wanders back to the time when I was young.
Worrying about something only invites that energy of what you don’t want in your life. Focus on what you do have.
An unexpected conversation with an Uber driver who was an Ethiopian immigrant got Ken Goldstein thinking about this question.
I know who you are. I have felt your pain.
The impact of social media on today’s young athletes.
I’ve never lived a day as an adult without the symptoms of #CTE -Tommy Edwards
If you had a traumatic experience in your childhood, you don’t decide that your own children need to experience that same trauma.
It shouldn’t be inside of someone else.
Midlife is one of the least understood, appreciated and studied life stages.
Believe it or not, it is possible.