I infuse psychological insight to explore issues surrounding relationships, productivity, career, education, and social phenomena.
Five new year resolutions you can't keep (and one you can)
Let's face it. You have some sort of new year's resolution that you know you'll fail at. You hope you won't. You may even be excited to finally start being the person you have always dreamed of being but somehow kept putting off for next year. But we all know how that's going to turn out.
Top G: The second son of modern feminism
If you haven’t been living under a rock this past year, chances are that you’ve heard of Andrew Tate, the poster boy for everything that modern feminist abhors. Former kickboxing world champion and owner of the dubious Hustlers Academy, Tate shot to fame through social media this year when he openly denounced modern feminism as a device for oppressing men rather than empowering women and gained a huge following almost overnight. Millions of men reeling from feelings of disenfranchisement and dispossession were quick to nod in support of his claims and turned into ardent followers of the man they saw as a messianic savior of the modern male.
Why Bukowski didn't try. And why you shouldn't either.
If you’re like me, then chances are that at some point in your life, you’ve come across Bukowski’s wild, wonderful, and often, incredibly wise words. Chances also are pretty great that you’ve either been thrilled by his acute observations on human life or perhaps, horrified by his utter lack of respect for the conventions of poetic expression.