The pain didn’t go away. I’ve just learned to deal with it.
I didn’t realize how much stuff I had until I had to move it.
Everyone has their own self-told story. We define ourselves in “always” and “never” and “sometimes” and “rarely”. We hold ourselves steady on a path that is hedged by boundaries we created before we knew we were creating them.
Ultra-athlete Rich Roll turned the pain of his alcohol addiction and health problems into an age-defying endurance career. His practical process for reaching spiritual, mental, and physical clarity is what empowered him to transform himself on every level.
What stands in the way becomes the way.
Today, when we read to him, or he is encouraged to read his poems, he evaluates their rhyme and meter, their imagery and subject matter, as if for the first time. Often, even if the subject matter seems new to him, the poems evoke the experiences out of which they came.
Cats are known to have many lives, but humans can have many more.
The abduction of Elizabeth Smart was one of the most followed child abduction cases of our time.
Let’s support each other as we create happy and sustainable lives.
The comedian’s story is not everyone’s story. But there are enough core similarities to resonate deeply.
How my mom responded to reading the childhood stories in my book.
What nature can teach us about life.
My grandmother spent 30 years on her feet waiting tables. She raised two daughters alone. She was one hell of a woman.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the movie “Get On Up”, capturing a talented and influential musician’s life story, while simultaneously suggesting you check out some groovy tunes.
On Parents Day, Tammy Palazzo reflects on her version of growing up alone.
A regular GMP contributor discusses his own troubled childhood and argues that society might be better served with a single Caregiver’s Day intended to acknowledge the contributions of all the people who have an impact on a child’s well-being.