Place your bets — it’s time to play
Dating. It’s a touchy subject — especially for people with disabilities. Which isn’t to say it should be avoided. Approached cautiously, with a strong sense of self-identity — yes. But never avoided. That way leads to living alone with 40 cats, all named Muffin. So, what can you do? Dating is a lot like playing poker. But instead of asking poker champ Phil Gordon for advice, here are some...
I know when this piece is published I’ll be in the doghouse. The original title was “My Wild and Wacky Wife,” but I thought the new title might at least get me out more quickly. To be fair, she generally treats me almost as well as she treats our dog.
As a freelance writer, I’ve written on a variety of topics, such as marriage, stepping outside your comfort zone, laughter as a prescription for life, and fatigue. Ironically, these themes have all come together in a new chapter of my life: fatherhood.
MDA's National Personal Achievement Award recipient spreads inspiration, motivation wherever he goes
Have even a brief conversation with Nicholas A. Johnson and you're likely to come away feeling motivated, upbeat and even inspired.
Nick Johnson, on the job, at BR+A Consulting
And that's just the way he wants it.
Men with Duchenne MD find independence within their reach
Recently, the dad of a young boy with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) was trying to explain to a child psychologist about certain educational choices his son needed to make in order to be well prepared for adulthood.