Yes, Dads, Your Baby Is A Human

If dadding were a college, I’d be the freshest freshman; the wide-eyed, panicked kid dropped off at the curb wondering if I should race back home or not. And like most college freshmen, I am awkward, lost, oblivious, and always unsure what exactly is driving me to drink (just kidding...but maybe not). When my eight-month-old…

Featured Resource: SuperBetter

SuperBetter (Website, iOS, Android) When 9-year old Girl Scout, Mary Previte was captured from her school in China to be imprisoned at a Japanese run concentration camp, she likely didn’t expect to play many games. Yet thanks to the ingenuity, resilience, and kindness of the teachers who were captured with her, that is exactly what…

2 Ways To Stay Miserable Using Magic

Oh, depression, let us wallow! Last week, I wrote a post called 2 Ways To Stay Miserable In The Face Of Affirmation. It is a how-to of sorts explaining how you can maintain misery, if you just put your mind to it. Here are two more strategies to staying miserable, this time, using magic: 1. Read People’s Minds…

How To Develop The Freedom To Fail & Achieve Your Goals

Read full article here! London-based blog and "story magazine," Having Time, has been kind enough to feature a post of mine called How To Develop The Freedom To Fail & Achieve Your Goals. It is a piece of which I am very proud and eager to share with such a fantastic community. Please read it and…

Quick Tip: Kickin’ But

“Forget what we became, focus on what we’re capable of becoming.” - Aniekee Tochukwu Ezekiel “How are you doing?” Some days that’s a question no depressed person wants to face. “Pretty fine” or “I’m living” are safe enough answers to satisfy the inquirer while avoiding the cloud above your head. But next time someone asks you…