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8 Signs You’re Being Too Sarcastic

Researchers have found that kids as young as four years old can be sarcastic and studies have shown that exposure to sarcasm can improve problem-solving skills. So…

10 New Ways to Think About Journaling

Did you keep a diary as a teen? Maybe one with a jewel encrusted front and a lock so your snoopy little brother (or Mom) couldn’t see…

iAge: 14 Reasons Why the Elderly Should Have iPads or Tablets

The elderly are often cautious when it comes to new technology. We understand that our generation has grown up in an ever-evolving technological climate but, for our…

13 Ways to Stop Living with “Time Poverty”

Is your calendar filled with endless deadlines and commitments? If you’re like most of us, you’re finding that you have less time to do the things you…

The Naughty Corner Revamped: 12 Myths About Raising Children to Debunk Right Now

Chances are you've heard all sorts of terrifying tales about child rearing. But before you freak out, we're here to debunk some myths so you can sleep…

16 Ways to (Really) Break Up With Your Ex

We’ve all heard the definition of insanity—doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. And when it comes to love, most of us…

10 Ways to Tell if You’re Being Confident Versus Cocky

Feeling self-assured in whatever you do, whether it’s a presentation at work or just cooking dinner, is always a plus. Confident people do what they need to…

Tiny Warriors: 12 Ways to Prep Your Kid for Bullying this Fall

Bullies are a sad reality for us all, but especially for our kids. It’s one of our responsibilities as a parent to give our children the tools…

The Art of Listening: 7 Reasons Why You Learn More by Keeping Your Mouth Shut

Verbal diarrhea. We all suffer from it on occasion, it’s just how we are. Many of us adore the sound of our own voices so much that…

New Beginnings: 3 New Ways to Think About Divorce This Year

We’ve all been to weddings where we just know the relationship is doomed from the beginning. Maybe it was even our own wedding! Nobody wants to go…

The Joy of Thank You: 12 Reasons Why Gratitude Will Make You Happier

This is the season of the pumpkin spice latte. This is the season of holiday music playing repeatedly in every store and on every radio station. It…

13 Things You Can (only) Do to a Sister & Still Get Away With It

It’s true—no one knows you like your sister. Brothers can be protective or annoying depending on their place in the birth order, but sisters, regardless of the…

13 Ways to Sharpen Creativity During your Commute

Was there ever a time in your life that you thought of yourself a creative person? And do you sometimes find that the world around buzzes too…

10 Ways to Embody Frida Kahlo’s Creative Vision in Your Own Life

The iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo embodies the vibrant colors and tragic history of her native land. Born in a time of revolution and turmoil, she overcame…

13 Things to Teach Your Son About How to Treat Women

Isn’t it crazy to consider that all the men we encounter—the good, the bad and the ugly—were at one point in time someone’s little boy? We’re willing…

8 Ways to Manage Your Child’s Insomnia

Remember that popular book, Go the F**k to Sleep by Adam Mansbach—read brilliantly by Samuel L. Jackson—that made parents across the world simultaneously laugh and cry? You…

10 Ways to Get Your Kid Amped About Reading

There’s no getting around the reality that everything is becoming more hi-tech. When was the last time you picked up a book, anyway? In these computer-driven times,…

Holiday Blues: 10 Ways to Beat Depression this Christmas

We've all heard the warnings about an increase in suicide and depression during the holidays. For most of us, this time of year is all about celebrations,…

15 facts about depression and suicide that few of us know

Hearing the news of Robin Williams’ death felt like we lost a favorite uncle. Then learning that his death was a result of suicide made it almost…

Attention Tension: 10 Misconceptions about ADD in Children to Dispel Right Now

No one loves to talk about ADD in children. Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) are often called hyper-troublemakers, and when their condition is undiagnosed, they’re often…