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4 Pieces of Dating Advice That Are Actually Helpful

Whether you're married, single, dating or "It's Complicated," this is for you. Read More

You'd have to be crazy to not get a little nervous in the days leading up to your wedding. It's a big commitment, and it's important to take those pre-marriage jitters seriously. Most likely, they just mean you're human, and you've got some perfectly normal anxieties. But if you have real doubts about the wedding, you may have to make some drastic decisions. Such was the case of Connecticut's Tucker Blandford, who was engaged a Brit named Alex Lanchester. Tucker had some doubts about the wedding and decided to call it off in dramatic fashion: by calling Lanchester, lowering his voice to mimic his father's, and telling her:

Alex, this is Tucker’s dad. There’s no easy way to say this… I am sorry to say that Tucker is dead.”

Tucker explained that his "son" had been killed in a car accident. Lanchester was obviously beside herself and called Tucker's mother to mourn with her, which is where Tucker's story fell apart. His mother informed Lanchester that Tucker was perfectly fine, other than the fact that he is a terrible liar, very bad at faking his own death and maybe not the best marriage material. “All I ever did was love him,” Lanchester told reporters. “After this I’m not sure I can trust a man ever again" ... Discuss

There’s a common misconception that Christians never talk about sex. But that wasn’t the experience of many who grew up in the thick of evangelical purity culture.

Many churches talk about sex a lot. They just spend all that time talking about how and why not to have it. Read More

My Friend is Depressed. What Should I Do?

How to help when you just don't know what to say. Read More

Everyone Gets a Cut

Harry's, TOMS and the business model of giving back Read More

In 2006, Michael and Rick Mast were just two brothers with a penchant for creative food made in interesting ways. Born in Iowa, they relocated to Brooklyn and promptly became players in the neighborhood’s burgeoning artisan scene. They experimented with various foods—pickles, cured meats, beer and the like—but they soon discovered they had a knack for chocolate. Read More

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