Understand the consequences of your actions before you take them.
How one bad review can hurt a family and the reviewer is none the wiser.
We need to use this as an opportunity to better ourselves
One of the most important things in life is to have this understanding—that what we say and do affects others—and take it seriously without being trapped by it.
A small, seemingly insignificant interaction on a busy street corner gives Lisa Hickey an “aha” moment about standing up to abuse.
Empathy is the life force of our humanness, and ultimately to our recovery during the current crisis of leadership in our country.
I spent so many years so full of what I was capable of that I never stopped to look at what was going on underneath. I never stopped and looked at the people around me to see what was happening to them.
Changing one day in my past would make my whole life unrecognizable.
I’m excited for you to start your next chapter. There are many opportunities available to you now that won’t be available at any other time in your life.
We can choose how we deal with our choices.
You don’t have to be a Sith Lord to misuse the power of fear in your marketing. But you must embrace ownership of the consequences.
DiaryDad wants you to GROW UP!!! — Twice in the past week I have dealt with issues in which adults have done very immature and/or childish things when they should have been setting a better example for the children they were around. Unfortunately both times it has been my youngest that has been impacted and… well… I’m…
DiaryDad wants you to make a few less mistakes. — “I wish I hadn’t done that…” “I didn’t mean to…” “I didn’t think that would happen…” As a dad these are things I hear my children say, far more often than I would like to. It is heartbreaking to be a parent at the point these…
In a world where controversial ‘Hot Topics’ are abuzz, Brian Gawlak finds the teachable moments in trending issues.
Gara Hoke Lacy on the hardships of step parenting, and the five best ways to deal with a difficult child.
Harris O’Malley reminds us that having a conflicting opinion isn’t a problem, but being an a**hole is.