A parody of Good vs Evil, where two wrongs make a left.
Dr. Travis Bradberry explores the underlying psychology of bad behavior by good people.
We never know how we are going to be needed.
A new father’s cry for help inspires Keola to write a letter to all the fathers who struggle with a crying baby.
When you realize your Rock God is mortal.
The idea that daydreaming is detrimental for personal happiness has also been challenged. Several studies show that a person’s mood following daydreaming depends on the content of their thoughts.
Gardening provides numerous opportunities to connect with nature as well as get in a moderately intensive workout. Carly Wood shares more benefits of gardening here.
Stress can increase motivation and help us learn and grow. Jed Diamond, PhD shares with us a few other interesting facts about something regarded so negatively in our world.
Mike Berry is done being a good dad, because he wants something more—for himself, his wife, and his family.
What erotic fantasies might reveal about ourselves.
Rich Monetti is a liberal who doesn’t hate Ronald Reagan, and here’s why.
What would it be like to drop all judging as good and bad? What would it be like to simply experience something, without judgment?
Mary B. Sellers reminds we are all complex individuals encompassing both dark and light.
These relationship don’ts are dos according to Christian Lopez and Ana Kasparian, who seem to have a pretty good thing going.
You deserve at least this much.
Josh Magill wonders if we can overcome our basic wickedness for something better … friendship.