The groundbreaking TNT comedy-drama, Men of A Certain Age, returns for a second season on Monday, December 6 at 10AM (9PM central). Starring Ray Romano, Scott Bakula, and Andre Braugher, the show really is must-see TV---for men and women.
Something happens to creative people when they're asked to address the business aspects of their art. The passion and talent that come through on every channel all but dissipate when they consider where and how they 'fit' into their fields. The proud, declarative 'this is me!' all too often shifts into a frustrated and confused 'who am I? who should I be?'
The New York Times review of Gail Caldwell's book, "Let's take the long way home: A memoir of friendship," was glowing. Reaching for an expression of her admiration for the friendship, the reviewer said it reminded her of a great marriage. That's not the way to honor friendship or single life.
At the top of the Prime Sport Pyramid sits emotions. It's closest to the top of the pyramid (above motivation, confidence, intensity, and focus) because emotions will ultimately dictate how you perform throughout a competition.
My 10-year-old daughter has been having a lot of trouble with friends recently. Some of the problems are caused by boy drama, and the "he said, she said" game. Kids have been spreading rumors about her, and I just don't know what to do.
By John Tauer Ph.D. on November 30, 2010 in Goal Posts
Less than one month ago, Vikings fans were energized by Childress’s signing of Moss. Moss is one of the most talented receivers in the history of the NFL. Childress had a better-than-average record as head coach. Both Moss and Childress had major blind spots that led to a messy exit from Minnesota.
When Jennifer Grey waltzed away with the mirrorball trophy in the Dancing With The Stars (DWTS) finale, it was more than a win. It was an affirmation of the power of female friendship and the important role that our girlfriends play as cheerleaders
Both teams were clearly fired up before starting time, excited at this year’s predictable adaptation of the game in which the foot itself will actually come loose with the opening kick-off.
Multitasking serves a purpose for us: for those driven by action, success becomes measured not only by the quality of one's achievements, but in the frequency and speed at which those achievements are completed.
One of your most important goals as a parent is to raise children who become independent and self-reliant people. This process of separation prepares your children for the demands of adulthood. But this progression toward adulthood is not inevitable and is often stymied by well-intentioned, but misguided, parents.
I'm a college freshman at a large state university. I chose not to join a sorority because it's really not my thing, and I've had some difficulties joining campus organizations. They don't make it easy to join clubs here. I've made a few friends, but no one close yet, and I feel that it's been a long time not to develop any close relationships.
Setting expectations for your children is an essential responsibility of parenting. Expectations tell children what's important to you and establish a standard toward which your children can strive. Unfortunately, our current culture of success has convinced many parents to set the wrong kind of expectations.
During the 20th century, performance standards and records continually improved in all fields. But where is the Darwin or the Einstein, the Mozart or the Beethoven, the Chekhov or the Shaw, the Cézanne or the Picasso or the Cartier-Bresson of today?
A new study suggests that, in casting your vote this midterm election, you may be determining something other than whether our country will shift left or right. Winners may take the house, the senate...and the internet porn sites.