When I was a small, impressionable boy, my mother, a New York theater lover, took me to see Li’l Abner, one of Broadway’s best-loved musicals.
Archives for August 2018
It happens in our families. At work. On TV. In advertising. On the street. And perhaps most important, in our own minds and hearts. I’m
Over the years, I’ve referred to them as my “spiritually adopted daughter,” “kindred spirits,” “brother by another mother,” and even “four-legged children.” They’re unquestionably my
The power of an apology cannot be underestimated. Uttering the words “I’m sorry” can change the course of a marriage or business partnership, de-escalate a
Denial is one of those things in life that can be both a blessing and a curse. For example, after my daughter’s death, being able
The power and glory of Courageous Living — that’s what we witnessed as millions of Americans rose up to say “NO!” to the inhumane U.S.
Some people live with gaping holes in their souls. For reasons that are not always clear—even to psychologists and psychiatrists—these folks I call special people
These are turbulent times. Our nation is in crisis. Living in the “Age of Trump” poses a threat to our nation and, with an outbreak
As I was finishing graduate school, my late father would joke that BS stood for “Bulls—” MS for “More S—,” and PhD was “Piled High
When it comes to getting older, we can all learn from those “courageous agers” who live by this sage advice: “It’s time to think outside