Joe Doe has learned the quickest way to resolve regret
We must stand firm. This does not mean meeting hate with hate: It means meeting callousness with confidence and strength of spirit.
Embed from Getty Images“Love means you never have to say you’re sorry.”That was the theme of the hit movie “Love Story” with Ali McGraw and Ryan O’Neal back in 1970. Those words were emblazoned on a poster of the two of them, which my 16-year-old self had taped up on my wall. I couldn’t wait to get…
Sexual assault is a sexual act in which a person is coerced or physically forced to engage against their will…
History and data are prominent yet opposing components of the national conversation on how police interact with Black communities.
@leahmcelrath, with a brilliant analysis, breaks it down for you. #TrumpTapes
This is not your grandmother’s marriage advice.
Saying that you accept full responsibility doesn’t count if you won’t admit that you lied.
What if we were open to be challenged on occasion, instead of being defensive and holding firm to a position that may not even serve us?
Adam Patrick Kindilien knows a father’s advice can be priceless, and he’s grateful for the gift.
Embed from Getty ImagesWhatever self-care looks like for you, prioritize it without apology. Your relationship will reap the benefits.___By Winona Dimeo-EdigerOver the course of a long-term relationship, you will need to make many Big Choices as a couple. Serious, life-altering decisions such as, “Should we move across the country so I can take that job?”…
As toddlers, we’re told to “just say you’re sorry.” As adults, we quickly learn that isn’t true.
Yes, it’s time to move on. But first, a few quick things we all can learn from so public a gaffe.
How do you know whether the person apologizing means it?
You know it doesn’t work when one or both of you have one foot in and one foot out. Heather Gray guides you on what to do next.
Attorney Mike Boulette challenges societal bias against millenial dads. Paternal leave policies may have changed, but he sees no change in deeply held beliefs that dads are primary breadwinners.