Honesty

The U.S. women's national soccer team co-captain said that she stands "for honesty and for truth and for wanting to have the conversation.”
They said that it was "the right of the public to receive suitable access to social, political, esthetic, moral, and other
Ninety-six years after women won the right to vote, the first ever female presidential nominee of a major political party has a solid chance of winning her place in the oval office. I just voted for Hillary Clinton.
Deep acting is when we genuinely work to foster specific feelings. When we make an effort to cultivate real happiness, gratitude
Telling your own truth, with black kohl eyes and bloody lips, is a gothic kind of sexy. And as you exorcize your toxic thoughts
Acting dishonestly can prime your brain for bigger whoppers in the future.
It's Wednesday morning and I'm running late. I take a rushed sip of my coffee, gather my things and head towards the door. I only stop after noticing I hadn't made my bed yet. I contemplate leaving it. After all, no one was going to see it until I got back home.
"Sending someone a sext message is not much different than writing an 1800's erotic love note," says Joe Currin, research
The political scheme at present is a complete joke and not to be laughed at. There are no winners, only losers. Did you ever feel all alone, neglected, abandoned, and helpless? This political scene, this sad scenario has left us who love America, orphaned, neglected and starved for someone to respect.
With the presidential debate just a couple of weeks away, Lauer's performance serves as a teachable moment for the moderators as they prepare for the mammoth event. First, though, let's examine why Lauer was so roundly criticized.
Recent events have you feeling down? Think the news will never get better? Believe our country is headed for certain doom? I'm confident we can fix it.
I've polled this topic extensively with friends and there is no cut and dry answer to the question of what's the best way to turn someone down.
I have to start off by saying that I feel like parenting in today's age is extremely difficult. I'm not a seasoned parent like some of you. I've only been at this gig for almost 9 years. I know I have a long way to go. The problem I'm having is as my daughter is getting older, she is starting to see and hear more troubling things around us, too close for comfort. So, my question is, is honesty always the best policy?
I have found through this column and repeatedly in church that the more that I am honest about my mistakes and vulnerabilities, the more people thank me for being so honest.
Trusting someone with your hiring requirements or with your resume can be nerve-wracking. As an ex-headhunter I've seen many different styles of headhunting, some very ethical, some utterly not so.
Think long and hard and try to remember the last politician who exuded trust as a core attribute. They may say, "trust me," but provide no basis for doing so. And it's not just politicians. Trust and honesty are characteristics that elude most of us.