There are enough articles on this site to fill two books, so it can sometimes be daunting to know where to start. Below are what many consider to be my “greatest hits,” the articles that have been the most popular, the most shared, or had the greatest effect on readers’ lives.
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DATING AND RELATIONSHIPS
Fuck Yes or No– The most important rule of dating and relationships. Everyone must understand this.
Love is Not Enough– Why we idealize love, make it something more than it is, and how that ruins many of our relationships.
1,500 People Give All the Relationship Advice You’ll Ever Need– A crowd-sourced article with advice from people who have been in relationships for a long time.
Maybe You Don’t Know What Love Is– A sober look at what love often is and what it should be.
6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal– Find out if what you think is “normal” romantic behavior is actually harming your relationship.
6 Healthy Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Toxic– The follow up to the above article describing what you should be doing, but probably are not doing.
10 Things Americans Don’t Know About America– Viral internet sensation. My perspectives on the US after spending four years outside of it.
In the Future, Your Attention Will Be Sold– My take on new technologies and how they’re not necessarily ruining society, just our attention spans.
The American Dream Is Killing Us– Some commentary on why I think the American Dream isn’t just dead, it’s actually being used against us.
A Dust Over India– A raw look at some of the more jarring experiences I had on my trip to India.
5 Life Lessons from 5 Years Traveling the World– I spent five years traveling around the world to more than 50 countries. This is what I learned.
How We All Miss the Point on School Shootings– An article written in response to the UCSB shootings in May 2014, but also covering numerous other shootings throughout North America and what they actually mean about our society and culture.