“We’re not going to win by doing better name-calling,” the 2020 candidate said at a CNN town hall. “We’re going to get out and talk about our vision."
Iyanla Vanzant offers a moving lesson for women everywhere.
Why are most articles written with sentences in the declarative instead of the interrogative structure? Is it because people prefer to be told what to think instead of being asked to think? If yes, could this preference explain some of the seeming madness going on in America today?
A few years ago I ran across Brene Brown's TED talk on shame (me and about 6 million other people). The video provoked me to read Brown's work, and I spent a few years working through her academic research, books, and articles.
You're the class clown, the good girl, the black sheep. At least, that's what you believe. Martha Beck explains why you're wrong—and how to be yourself instead.
The hardest thing to do, as a parent, is to let your kid go out into the world on his own, even if it’s just to kindergarten
Maher asked for polite alternatives to calling someone "right-wing," to which Avella replied, "You could say 'conservatives
Megan Rapinoe represents what is possible when LGBT athletes are supported and respected, but it's heartbreaking to think of the potential excellence still being wasted by fear, and the barriers that that fear poses to the health of students who would rather skip school than go to gym.
Being the victim of name-calling, especially at a young age, typically results in feelings of isolation. Feelings some children won't share with their parents unprompted. Lead the way.