Christy Powers describes what it feels like to be told she has breast cancer, and she shares her thoughts since being diagnosed.
One of our favorite fitness Instagrammers, Nikki Zahki, gives us the inside knowledge behind not letting holiday eating totally destroy your weight.
Just like Schrödinger’s cat, Jason Arment explains that it’s time to open up the box and face the reality of suicide deaths involving firearms, especially among veterans.
Kari Stiles relates a patient interaction while caring for a woman who was close to dying and how she handled her with love and compassion.
Back when the original Star Trek series had its run, a young, twenty-something Paris Portingale tried to join the writing team … below is his long lost submission.
At a time when media outlets claim to be unbiased and fair, they do a disservice to the truth. Not all ideas deserve the same amount of media coverage; and when incorrect ideas held by a minority are propagated, they lend more credence than is deserved.
In this latest column of an ongoing series “Confessions of an Educator,” Chris Margolin rings the death bell on art schools.
Jason Arment shares the story of losing his virginity to a sex worker, and lays out an argument for the legalization of prostitution.
Jim Carroll wrote a song that was popular in the ’80s called “People Who Died” … this is Jeff Reese’s version of that same concept, reflecting back on friends who have passed.
Picking up where she left off with her introduction to the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta next tackles gaslighting in intimate partner relationships.