By Jason Gaboury

For the last five years, I’ve been a part of a religious community that prays the Magnificat—Mary’s song of praise upon finding herself pregnant with Jesus—twice a day. 

By Drew Larson

Among the recurring stress dreams commonly reported by people, perhaps this is the most familiar: you show up at school only to realize that you’ve forgotten about a quiz or final exam.

By Andrew McCarty

In our roughly 12x12 family office (with about 6.5-foot ceilings, I might add), I embarrassingly have 39 items with a San Francisco 49ers logo on them. 

By Kelly Joiner

There are so many things wrong with this. Not with the fact, but with the title. 

By Julia Powers

A therapist once pointedly suggested that I was experiencing shame. I promptly suggested she was wrong.

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