Disputes over property use can erupt into an all-out war of words when one side or the other feels they are completely in the right. Easement laws exist to help settle situations in a fair and equitable way. Easement lawyers can tell you where your standing is legally on the use of or allowing use…
Lack of awareness plus lack of thought equals lack of relationship. Steven Lake identifies ten behaviors that put your marriage at risk.
Is Trump “like David Duke?”
Portraits of the PatriarchyFather Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhoodPart 3Books are big in our house. We read a few every night, a few after naps, or first thing in the morning. We’re starting to see tastes emerge. Big bro like Curious George, Little Golden Books, and anything science related. Little bro likes…
Each year I stayed there, I rode faster into the heads of madness and found my feet were off the ground.
Five reasons why #ShePersisted should have never been necessary.
Joy Ladin conveys the surreal sense of loss and defamiliarization that accompanies the aftermath of a divorce.
The bromance could just be the long-term commitment that men are looking for these days.
Dann Alexander remembers his childhood house and his father’s presence. ___For the majority of the first 20 years of my life, this was one of the places I called home. It was the first place I ever knew as a home. Even while living a 10 minute drive away on and off through my teens, this was…
We wanted to help, but we felt helpless. After hearing about the levees breaking, we went outside to my uncle’s nearby pool. It was a hot day in north Louisiana and there was nothing for us to do and nowhere for us to be. There was nothing to do but wait.
More than 40 stores in Philadelphia have removed tobacco from their shelves.
Steven Lake examines how we define the sh*t jobs around the house and who does the clean up.
TV writer Steve Harper considers the morality of watching TV with dark themes.
Kyle Wiley made the most of the government shutdown by using it as a teaching tool for his two young children.
While it’s the first time in a hundred years that someone from my family hasn’t lived on our road, my wife and I felt it was time to explore and find a new home.
Life as a missionary kid left Nate Owens without a hometown and longing for stability, bouncing between small Midwest towns and countries overseas.