After finding my best friends at work, I thought we would stay the same for life. But, I was mistaken and 4 years later, I still miss them.
Every time I try to talk to my teenaged daughter, we end up fighting, so here's a letter I wrote to her in hopes of unburdening myself.
Edwin Arlington Robinson's poem Richard Cory teaches us a few lessons on how we judge people and their lives and also our own mental health.
Our youth should learn to navigate love before they 'settle down', as a 'vaccine' against heartbreak in an impossible, skewed marital relationship more difficult to get out of.
Letter from a daughter in law: Let’s not argue, fight, and show off who is better. Let’s be supportive in our respective new roles instead, and enjoy our life.
Marriage is often a blessing, it comes with its own set of issues. But to find nirvana in your marriage, here are some issues with solutions.
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