The only person you need to please is the one living inside your skin.
Being a man in the family used to equate to nothing more than being a good provider.
In a world where we should all have more time, we are all busier than we have ever been.
To keep users hooked, many smartphones and apps take a page from machine gambling
How to give your reconciliation its best shot.
Often, we internalize the behavior of others, automatically assume their behavior is related to us in some way, and use it as fodder to feel bad about ourselves.
We live in a fatherless nation. The effects of this is ambivalence and blurry definitions of man.
It’s not drugs, it’s not sex, and it’s not alcohol.
It’s time we talk about our social media problem.
Our stories don’t have to define us. But we can use them to speak to others.
A new era in the NFL? The 49ers surprising choice of empathy and unconditional acceptance over public shaming.
Death ends and begins a journey. Marlayna Glynn Brown confronts herself while facing her father’s alcoholism and death.
What does it take to leave behind the familiar and face the unknown, while following the path of countless intrepid travelers whose youthful and aged feet touched down over and over throughout the centuries?
Jared Lowe discusses his shopping addiction, and the very real dangers of impulse buying.
Face it: Oprah’s not calling, and not much will change in your life without taking different action.
This comment was by Paul Hurst on Tom Matlack’s post “The Disease of More.”