Much can be learned from the tragic hero in literature.
Could I have done something to prevent this tragedy?
Who do you think you are?
The Tree from Which You Came, The Stage on Which you Act Imagine an enormous tree, one with a thick trunk and tall branches stretching out in all directions. On each branch are smaller branches, and on each of those branches are individual leaves. Think of the tree and those leaves as you would a…
Time is the great leveller. Find out how to make it work for you.
Suicide doesn’t end the chances of life getting worse, it only eliminates the possibility of it ever getting any better.
I am no longer hiding or wishing or waiting. I am doing. I am being. I am awake. I am living. Finally.
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…
How can you step out of your comfort zone for those challenging talks with your children?
What we say to each other during tragedy can have an impact—good or ill—for years.
Today my play includes writing this and praying that the creator of all games does what only it knows what to do to stop this madness.
A man, if he has the chance to become more than his destiny seems to give him, does so through the inspiration of example.
“I think we should re-define the word tragedy as ‘that which impossible to get over’.”
Charlottesville was a tragedy. But it taught us a valuable lesson in counter-protesting.
The tragedy I hear and read has trapped me inside my own fears, like a bird living in a gilded cage.
Peter never caught a break.