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Jackie K. Cooper: Unseen Highlights Slaughter's Unique Writing Style

Whenever you open the pages of a Karin Slaughter book you know you are on the verge of a thrill ride. Slaughter writes with raw...

Tova Ross: In Response to Toddler Style Blogs: Croc(odile) Tears

There's time to learn about labels and get caught up in the waves of what's "in" and what's not. When kids are kids for only so long, why not let them act like kids for as long as possible?

Joe Lauria: Snowden's Common Law Defense

The U.S. Senator who divulged the Pentagon Papers in Congress says Edward Snowden and other citizens with access to classified information should have the same immunity as members of Congress to make public secret documents exposing government wrongdoing.

Amelia: 10 Ways to Support Your Gay Kid, Whether You Know You Have One or Not

Here are some helpful hints for supporting your gay child before they ever come out to you. After all, parenting gay kids does not start when they come out. They've been gay since day one, whether you knew it or not.

Keri Lynn Ford: How to See the World as Your Gym

Breaking out of the norm and learning to see the world as your gym is an extremely beneficial practice. Not only do you get to challenge yourself in new ways outside the gym walls, but you train your eyes and your mind to see fitness everywhere you look.

Dr. Michael J. Breus: Abdominal Fat in Men Linked to Sleep Apnea

Understanding with greater specificity the health and lifestyle conditions that may increase risk of sleep apnea can lead to better screening and treatment options.

Jared Bernstein: June Jobs Report: Upside Surprise

This report, with its positive revisions, a whiff of increased labor force participation, and a bit of pop in wages suggests not just an improving job market, but one that's improving a bit faster than we thought.

Frank Niles, Ph.D.: 5 Ways to Live Courageously

Living courageously involves shifting our focus away from trying to remove fear to pursuing a full and meaningful life alongside of fear. Here is how you do it.

Rebecca Woolf: The Year Of The Bike

Watching a boy learn to ride his bike reminded me that every moment we become better equipped to be here, more willing and able to move forward, to let go, to be free, to ride on.

HeartMath LLC: Managing Empty-Nester Stress

It's understandable: There's a hole. Many years of your life have been spent devoted to and centered around your kids. When the last one goes away, it's a big change. What do you do with all that time and energy? Even if you work, there is an emotional hole to fill.

Dr. Carmen Harra: 35 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life

If you believe the phrase you are what we think, then life truly stems from your thoughts. But we cannot rely purely on thoughts; we must translate thoughts into words and eventually into actions in order to manifest our intentions.

Richard Abrons: Then And Now

It seems to me that my contemporaries and I knew so much more when we were growing up than do my grandchildren and their friends. I mean general knowledge -- history, politics, the complicaations of life.

Christopher Elliott: Is it Time for Airlines to Draw the Line on Fees? (POLL)

Here's a troubling scene witnessed by Stavros Katsas on a recent Spirit Airlines flight: he was seated near an emergency exit row and saw...

Renee Fisher: A Boomer Guide To Nude Beach Success

Know that more people than you might suspect have been to nude beaches. Your friendly mailman, your manicurist, your best friend are all suspect. Nude beachgoers and nude beaches are everywhere. Of course, you can fly off to any one of a number of gorgeous warm weather resorts. But you have the option of staying closer to home.

Andrew Cotto: Generation Yawn

Every parent I see is exhausted. In most cases, both parents have demanding, full-time jobs, while the one with the less demanding job often also gets the role of primary caregiver, though both parents are heavily involved. Some of us have help; most of us don't. Either way, we're worn out.

Chris Weigant: Congress Still Not Working

This is the message Congress is sending: Sorry, all you aspiring college students, but we just couldn't manage to squeeze it in, what with our many days off this year. We had to go back home to raise some campaign cash, and you students got lost in the shuffle.

Andy Braner: Lonely Inside the World of Technology

In a world where parents, mentors, and student leaders are trying to keep up with the latest technology, there's a place where we can lock arms to develop a balanced view of relationship.

Claire N. Barnes, MA: With Friends Like This...

When marriages are in trouble and adults are feeling misunderstood or under-valued by their intimate partner, it is all too easy to sit down in front of a computer, iPad or tablet and pour out your heart to someone who has no greater investment in the "friendship" than typing a short, sympathetic response.

Jess Greene: A New Kind of Book from a Distinct Collaboration

A new kind of book has been birthed. The love child of the self-help and craft genres is a book titled The Declaration of You.

Rob Stephenson: So You Think You Can Dance: Predicting the Winner of Season 10??

Season 10 of Fox's hit reality-dance show So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) got underway just two weeks ago, and already arguments abound in...

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