I've come to believe that my grandmother literally poisoned those around her.
Deleting my tweets one at a time was an education in self-loathing and shame—and 100-percent worth it.
A story of love, addiction, gay marriage, and forgiveness.
Has Donald Trump becoming president been bad for the world but good for my career?
Nearly a decade after the collapse of the housing bubble, I'm still feeling the consequences.
How I learned to be afraid of the rain.
Life under the new president has been unsettling, but also strangely familiar.
If practice makes perfect, I'm the Tiger Woods of finding memes.
A story of illegal drugs, youthful mistakes, Texas prison, polygraph machines, a Jewish mother, and one road trip gone extremely awry.
I showed up hungover, sent kids to Starbucks for coffee, and let my students do whatever they wanted. They loved me.
I told myself at an early age that it was OK for me to carry around the constant worry and never-ending feelings of fear. I was wrong.
John du Pont's murder of Dave Schultz was the first time I grappled with evil, and in some ways, the end of my childhood.