Well, it seems that science is finally down with the kids, as social media is now part of the suggested treatment for chronic social anxiety.
“Live, Laugh, Love” may be the maxim that powers Karens worldwide, but the true author of the quote has been ignored by history’s recollections.
According to historian Rutger Bregman, humanity’s inherent goodness shines through when things are at their darkest.
In the final installment of his “Dear Grandson” column, Stan Gerding talks about graduating from college, retiring from the Navy, the several jobs he held after that, and officially retiring.
Honestly, if Facebook was a partner, we would have left it years ago. Yet, after repeatedly breaking our trust, we remain. Tsk tsk tsk.
Jason Arment reviews the film The Golden Glove, an adaptation of a novel about serial killer Fritz Honka who murdered women between 1970 and 1975. (Strand Releasing)
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, reminding you that you are beautiful and you are loved.
My therapist’s approach to anxiety is to help me accept things the way they are, instead of letting them stress me out. That doesn’t transfer to today.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Savage Gods by Paul Kingsnorth. (Two Dollar Radio)