People who feel deeply about their religion only need to believe they have God’s approval, backed up by their interpretation of the truth. Then, all bets are off.
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In addition to their PTSD, veterans feel ashamed that they’ve failed to live up to the standards of hyper-masculinity, and they feel isolated and rejected by their friends, and that makes their PTSD and depression even worse.
A Presidency built on HOPE will transition to a President-Elect who built a campaign predicated on HATE.
For better or worse, the 2016 election uncovered that we are a scared nation.
Today, we see Christian leaders falling all over themselves to get in a picture with a thrice-divorced county-clerk who tried to deny marriage licenses to gay couples; and, even more inexplicably, support a philandering, racist, and xenophobic presidential candidate.
To be offended by Black Lives Matter is a glaring representation that you don’t get it.
The halls of courthouses are no place for custody and divorce settlements, as justice can be blinded and manipulated in such an environment.
In the stereotypical way we think of divorce, men are supposed to worry about the money. Women are supposed to worry about the kids. The problem is: none of that is true.
“Daughters of Divorce” author Terry Gaspard reminds us how critical the father-daughter relationship is to a woman’s healthy emotional development.
Matthew Rozsa interviews photographer Holly Bower on her humorous article about Donald Trump.—“The Huffington Post” recently ran this hilarious op-ed that I highly recoomend. It was written by Holly Bower, a woman who was told no because of her gender throughout her career… until no became yes. As a result, she is a successful still photographer in New…
Perry Brass on how the novel “Guapa” discusses homosexuality in the Islam religion.
When will we say enough is enough? Should actions be excused years later.
It’s the nature of life in the 21st century—where stress and worry are a part of our daily existence—for us to become self-absorbed and consequently unaware of just how vital our Mom’s and Dads are to us.
As accomplished as I may seem to be, I experience imposter syndrome, which tells me I will never be enough.
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Dani Bostick breaks free of the silence and shame that surround sexual abuse.