Kimberlie Dykeman talks about six things that keep you weighed down, and why a good shedding helps more than yourself.
Getting divorced may be the best or the only choice you can make, but some regrets may come into focus in hindsight.
If today is your day. Or mine. What will you change? How will you treat those around you? What will you spend your moments on?
He didn’t know the men he’d been mean to, but that didn’t matter. He tried to make it right.
After a car accident left her with “emotional amnesia” Theresa Byrne was dismayed that the first emotion to return was one she’d always considered useless.
Don’t look back with regret; live your life appreciating what’s around you here and now.
We have a choice before us. One on hand, is everything we’ve ever known and loved, and on the other, an unknown and dark future. What would you choose?
What do you do when you have a job, but it’s just not your passion? August McLaughlin responds to a reader’s query.
Hell hath no fury like the Twitterverse.
Dr. Travis Bradberry shares strategies for how to be mentally tough and take action, especially when you feel stuck.
Ty Phillips confronts the ultimate question.
We’re all going to stumble and fall. But the important part is that we get back up, and live life without regrets.
Whether it’s Hawaii or some other dream destination, here’s why you should sell everything and move.
Nat Coakley offers a way to finally let go of those old, nagging resentments.
Like many great poems, Mike Crossley’s piece about a father’s playful challenge to his son can be understood in many ways.
Last week, Jordan Gray thought he was going to die in a plane crash. This is what went through his mind.