How to silence the noise, and be a better citizen of the online universe (and why you should want to be)
It's time to pull that extra chair up to the table this Thanksgiving, and consider adding a side of olive branch to this year's feast.
There is a moment in every person's life where we have to say goodbye to someone we love. It's what we do with that moment—and how we prepare for that moment—that really matters.
Often, when things don't go our way, we blame God - or our higher power - for not coming through for us and answering our prayers.
Morrie Schwartz once said, "The distance between death and life is not as great as you imagine." That's the lesson we'll be discussing today.
In a time of great need, have you ever shouted out to God or the universe for help?
Whether you experience anxiety, spend endless days cycling through OCD rituals - or if you, or a loved one, suffer from a serious mental illness, it's important to talk about it.
With the passing of our 100th episode, we are circling back to the very beginning, starting with that fateful day at Brandeis University when Mitch stepped foot into Morrie Schwartz's classroom for the first time.