Apology Earned or Apology Forced? A fellow parent once mentioned that “The Look” can be taught early on with children. It’s the quick, cold, and fierce glance that can stop them in their tracks. People often say, “My mother (or father) could just give me the look and I knew I was in trouble.” Whatever our…
Feel confident when you flash your smile.
“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Sir Winston Churchill
Why Does it Have To Be This Way? GMP Columnist Taylor García Looks Back in Time To Make Sense of Today Looking at Diana’s Santa Fe High School senior picture, you’d never know she survived a terrible tragedy. The white teeth of her perfect smile, her blissful brown hair and eyes—an Hispanic Snow White—belies the…
We all experience it. That feeling of feeling alone. Disconnected. Solitary. Loneliness hits like a bag of bricks.
Know why it feels like they are watching you? Because they are.
Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 2 I once asked a co-worker of mine—who is also a father of two boys—for any advice as I raise my own sons. Looking back, John said, he wished he would have realized that every moment is teachable. His sons are…
Do you like to smile? Chances are, you get that there is more to a smile than lips and teeth. Smiling is a way of communicating what is happening deep inside of you. Recently, I had an experience that reminded me how important smiling is, and how easy it is to get into unsmiling habits.…
The one, true love that cannot—will not change.
Toss in a couple meme’s and a tattoo and #Rio2016 will not soon be forgotten.
Advice from my son Johnathan on how to rock an awesome mustache and enjoy the benefits of such a mustache.
Sometimes, when we’re down and out—as I often feel these days—a freely given smile can make a world of difference.
Start today. And do them again tomorrow.
Strut. Your. Stuff.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews “The Narrow Door” – a captivating read by Paul Lisicky.
Will giving up that parking space solve the world’s problems? Well, probably not, but it’s a start.