So you made it to our second post on the ins and outs of virtuous dating: It all begins with something we like to call the “unspeakable F-word of dating.” That’s right: flirting.
This is one of those things that either you’re really good at and you know it, or you have literally no idea what you’re doing.
I was there. I got to see him in person.
I did, however, miss out on quite a bit of his other speeches and footage. So if you want a recap, need to catch up on his speeches like me, or just want to go back and re-read his genius, here is everything he said on his U.S. visit.
Whatever transition you’re facing, you probably just upped your adult-ing game: good job.
But I can pretty much guarantee that no matter the life change, it’s probably been hard.
So what does "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" have to do with Planned Parenthood and Pope Francis’s U.S. trip?
There will be days when you feel like you can’t do it anymore.
Here are seven things to do or remember in the darkest moments.
We are not fond of “busy work.” So how can you get stuff done and live with purpose without drowning in the details?
Here are five helpful tips.
Have you ever been in a friendship that seemed like it would last forever but just a few months later, find it's deteriorated to non-existence?
Or felt that you had made a great connection with a friend, only to feel later that they were just looking to gain some benefit from you?
How do you tell the difference between true friendship and false?
What if I told you that there’s more?
The big takeaways for me were these four realizations that were a game-changer in outreach — and they can help you, too.
I’ve been asked: What will Pope Francis say about the family when he comes to America?
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