I write this letter in strong support of the Universal Paid Leave Act. As an employment attorney, a small business owner covered by the Act, and a father of four, I have a unique perspective on the bill and its impact.
My brother and I are like the Donny and Marie of innkeepers, except he is so much younger than me, he doesn't even get my joke.
How many people still wear the masks they put on in childhood, believing these masks will keep them safe from harm? I wore so many, for so long, that I almost believed that I was not wearing one at all; such was my self-deception.
In my last article, I wrote about scanning photographs from old family albums found in Udaipur. While a majority of the images depicted India, I kept ...
I couldn't keep it in any longer. "I love you!" I exclaimed much too loudly to my boyfriend, who was sitting next to me on a blanket.
During my twenty-two years as a professor, I had half a dozen students who were in some stage of gender transition, but it wasn't until reading Becoming Nicole, that I really got it.
I find my hope in the fact that God connects with me on a personal level, not because of my great ability, but because of the fact that God who values who we are above what we do.
People are particularly persnickety about personal property, and rich or poor, our stuff means a lot to us. While wealthier people are more likely to have extensive estate planning documents in place, it's imperative across the board, as fights over tangible personal property often erupt.
When she says "my gay brother" she doesn't seem to think twice about what that inflicts upon me, or what image that leaves in the minds of her friends. She also neglects the fact that no other trait is described that way.
Here are eight ways you can be there for someone who is grieving:
My wife and I always try to celebrate with something that isn't too extravagant. This year, consider a more creative approach that relies on a little thoughtful pre-planning instead of digging into your savings.
If you consider yourself a feminist and are supporting Sanders during this primary season, please ask yourself honestly: Do I support his policies in and of themselves? Or am I swayed to his side because of a lifetime of covert sexist microaggressions that leave me disgusted with "the establishment?"
This post appeared first on The Savvy Scot Although we value education, we almost never teach our kids about financial education. This can often lea...
Reader Needs Space writes, When I was seven years old, my father died and since then, there has only been my mother and me, her only daughter. I have no siblings, and she never remarried.