by Jennifer Pruiett-SelbyI’m not comfortable telling you how much I weigh. I’m not even okay with being weighed at the doctor’s office. In fact, I’ll avoid going to the doctor altogether, if it means I won’t have to step onto the scale and brace myself.
by Dr. Donna RobertsThink back. Have you ever celebrated a success, but had a nagging feeling that others were less than happy for you?
by Dr. Donna RobertsThe teacher accused me of being a “helicopter parent.” When I arrived home that night, stunned from her accusation, my husband just laughed and said, “Yeah, you are.”
by Dr. Donna RobertsI’m not a Walking Dead fan, which is surprising because I love binging on TV series and I loved horror movies as a teenager.
by Angela KubinecI have come up with a new way of writing that doesnt use hardly any punctuation or capitalization
by Emile DeWeaverAs a black person, my first reaction to “reverse discrimination” is a tightening of my insides.
by Dr. Donna RobertsMaybe if they stopped living in their parents’ basements and had to earn a living to support themselves they would shape up.
Readers of a certain age will remember how, in the wake of President Kennedy’s assassination, a list of eerie parallels between his life and death and that of Abraham Lincoln began to circulate.
by Angela KubinecThe focus of my work is on ways to lie to telemarketers in a fashion that insures they will quit calling.
by Dr. Donna RobertsDogs are the truest, most sincere form of unconditional love, not to mention great wisdom about love.
by Dr. Donna RobertsThe summer of 1977 was the summer of the great debate in my neighborhood.
by Angela KubinecWhile browsing my local used book store, I came across a title I had not seen in decades. It was How to Make Love to a Man.
by Dr. Donna RobertsFrom hula-hoops to cabbage patch dolls to fidget spinners. From goldfish swallowing to streaking to twerking.
by Jennifer Pruiett-SelbyThis busy week is when the remaining members of my father-in law’s platoon will to travel to Tennessee for one final gathering.
by Angela KubinecLook in any bookstore. You will see the evidence of what I call “widespread anti-depressant failure.”