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Shayne Hughes: A Broken Collarbone on the Path to Inner Peace

My bike crash came at the tail end of the most distressing six months of my professional career. As my dad and I later discussed his outburst, I recognized that feelings of inadequacy and powerlessness had literally pushed me over the edge.

Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen: Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen on the ImageBlog

Eyes as Big as Plates # Velkkari (2012)_Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen Digital C-Type 120 x 100 cm Previously on view at Recess Redhook February...

Party Earth: Five Can't Miss Cafes in Paris

There seem to be almost an unlimited number of things to do in Paris, including enjoying countless idyllic cafes. To save you hours of listless wandering, below are five incredible cafes in Paris that will leave you longing to retur...

Rob Brooks: Cunnilingus-assisted Orgasm May Not Be Such Mystery

We biologists tend to forget that talk about sperm competition and cunnilingus-assisted orgasm induces many folks to squirm. It isn't the squirm factor here that gets my goat.

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Tarmac #2, 2013, oil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches, Courtesy of ZieherSmith, New York...

Hugh Aldersey-Williams: Sharing a Past and a Future

Browne-like, I wonder what a Leakey 200,000 years hence -- quite likely on present trends of the family's dedication to this field -- might deduce from our remains. And what might they miss? What could they never know?

Robert Hoch: Rites of Awakening

Awakened to a world brimming with ordinary miracles, you can turn back to the broken parts of life with a little more perspective, a sense of the world alive around you.

Kate Scharff: When a Parent Moves Out: 13 Tips to Ease the Pain

It's right up there with telling your children about the split -- another anxiety-producing, watershed moment in your life as a divorcing parent.

Ashley Turner: Know Your Fear and Do the Opposite

Silence is the conspirator of fear. As soon as you break the seal of silence -- fear begins to dissipate and lose its power.

Nancy Sherr: Cosmo: My Unorthodox Dog and His Lessons of Love and Second Chances

I've learned a lot about love from both of my dogs. It's a magical and unique experience to cherish our pets; they can teach us a great deal.

Ambre Anderson: Monster's University: Accepted

Adorable is the parody created from typical college life as we know it, to Monster University. Pixar films begins this prequel of Monsters Inc. on a school trip to the Scare Factory, where Michael Wazowski declares as a young monster that he wants to be a scarer!

Jay Gierak: Unlock Your Online Network To Grow Your Business

While the social web has been slow to deliver on all of its commercial promise, we are approaching a new era of trust, authenticity, personalization and eventually, commerce. Prepare your online foundation of connections, trusted reviews and broad presence for the opportunity, or risk being left behind!

Rev. Jasmine Beach-Ferrara: Standing Up for LGBT Rights in Mississippi

For far too long, the South has been dismissed as "unwinnable" when it comes to LGBT rights and, as a result, receives remarkably limited funding. LGBT people proudly call this region home, though, building their lives and families here.

Susan Stiffelman: My Son's Dreaminess Slows Everyone Down!

In a different time and place, his behavior would be seen as entirely age-appropriate. In today's world, however, his slow pace is a problem because life moves so quickly.

Jennifer Meer: Keeping It Real

Parenthood isn't about perfection. How could it be? At its core, it is the business of imperfect humans raising other imperfect little humans to the best of their ability and loving them with everything they've got.

Rabbi Aaron Alexander: Abortion: Does My Faith Get a Voice?

I'm going to speak as a person of faith to my fellow brothers and sisters of faith. You first need to know that I seriously admire your advocacy on behalf of life. There is much integrity to that consistency. But, like all things religious, it is also potentially dangerous.

Karri-Leigh P. Mastrangelo: Because Fat Isn't the New Phat

Now a television producer in Los Angeles, I live and work in an environment overflowing with some of the country's most (physically) beautiful people. Which makes me wonder... Are issues with body image something that I surround myself with, that follow me, or that are just impossible to avoid?

Women & Co: Traveling Abroad? Here's Your Global Gratuity Guide

When it comes to handing out gratuities abroad, customs vary dramatically between cultures. Here's some advice to help you avoid being labeled the "Ugly American."

Debbi Dickinson: Divorce Doesn't Need To Be War

I have a girlfriend who was just starting down the journey of divorce. She knows that I've been divorced for over 10 years and have an amicable relationship with my ex.

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