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Warren Atkins of San Mateo, California, wrote this letter to his daughter, Nancy, before she started kindergarten in 1960.
Want to be more memorable? These tips will help you have a lasting connection with anyone you meet.
First impressions are important. Here are some clues your hairstyle could provide.
Loneliness can be as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, not to mention the mental and emotional toll it takes. Here’s how to break out of your shell.
Enjoying your job is one thing, but here are some undeniable warning signs that you might be taking your work a little too far.
“It didn’t take much to make her happy—a phone call, a card, a visit, or a kiss before saying good night. She lived to make our lives better and was proud of us.”
Don’t wait for a long stretch of time to start accomplishing things. Five minutes is all you need.
Anonymous dads spill their funny, poignant, and tough-love lessons about life, love and marriage—all in the name of being closer to the person their child married, of course.
These tips will help you mind your manners.
These small touches will show visitors they’re welcome in your home—not an inconvenience.
A compliment, a question, and a game can get anyone to like you. Memorize them.
You’ve heard it before—you’re your own worst critic. Here’s how to silence that nagging voice in your head.
Enjoy the summer weather with your partner by taking date night outside.
It’s more than just being sensitive.
The majority of our communication comes from body language. Here’s how to avoid sending the wrong message—and sabotaging your job offer.
You may think you’re helping—but you’re just screwing things up more.
When it came time to take my dad off of life support, I felt completely helpless. Then a perfect stranger made a heartbreaking situation slightly more bearable.