Gone are the deux machina days.
Pausing and reflection on your daily life helps you summarize the experiences, looking for ways to improve as well as minimize any negative self-talk about mistakes and/or things that didn’t go as you hoped or planned.
Problems will be there, and part of being the toughest version of you is teaching yourself how to handle those moments/days better when they come.
In a moving, heartfelt and at times downright funny talk, Solomon gives a powerful call to action to forge meaning from our biggest struggles.
It all started with one simple trip to the grocery store, followed by a legacy of love.
You can achieve “true success” and leave your mark on the world.
It was finally with a stranger I let myself experience grace and compassion.
If you have a story to contribute to this eternally complex discussion, do write in!
I have always wondered how the humorless live.
Tyler Williams on sharing your struggles, giving up, and regaining your voice.
A lot of people may be going through the same things you are. Sharing your story often inspires others.
5 questions to answer whenever you’re facing a difficult issue.
Sean Gentilini shares how sub-par work fits him for now.
A remarkable human instinct that enables boys to move past trauma and abuse.
The son of a poet explains how his cantankerous, melancholic, alcoholic father was able to convey the deep and complex nuances of a father’s love.
Is there anything that can overcome an evil companion?