The United States has a long history of violence against People of Color, disabled people, Muslims, immigrants, and LGBTQ people.
The fear is there, everyday. Some thoughts on my personal battle with fear and the weapons in my arsenal I use to deal with them in a not-so-gentle way.
People do not follow and adhere to someone out of free will just because they have a title — they listen and commit to serve those voices of reason — decency — and the ability to capture the narrative of many into a voice unified for the common good.
For good or ill, the titles are changing for today’s men—or are they just being revised?
With humor as my guide, I began searching for different types of love.
Life comes at you pretty quick. What’s your plan this time?
It might just be as simple as putting your clothes out the night before.
Forget the ‘new’ year…what don’t you have to resolve to do anymore? And how can you help others?
Life Coach Nina Rubin recounts the ‘not normal’ year that was—and what 2017 holds in store for us collectively.
Sowing the seeds of gun violence in America.
The value of coaches never ceases.
The word “intersectionality” is important here.
Can we live with that? At this point I think our answer is crystal clear.
Bearing the loss and pain without asking for help is not your only choice.
Thanksgiving is this week, and for many of us that is the road marker that the year is almost over and we should be winding it all down.
Emotions can only be observed by being a participant in the process, by looking into the eyes of others, and talking with them about their happiness, sadness, joys and fears.