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The dating apocalypse

Love

The dating apocalypse

The world of dating is changing faster now than at any time in history, and hookup culture has become pretty much the norm. This isn’t likely to slow down or stop, but we need to pause and think about the consequences.

Back on the booze and burgers?

Life

Back on the booze and burgers?

It's February and you're back on the booze and burgers. Did that January juice cleanse change your life?

Cultivating the inner life

Life

Cultivating the inner life

In a society that has rejected many of the roots that gave meaning to past generations, more and more people are seeking to cultivate the inner life, and to experience a sense of purpose that is deeper than the superficialities of our age.

More than just a life hack

Life

More than just a life hack

How are you doing with your New Year's Resolutions? Are they helping you achieve lasting fulfillment? If not, try this...

An Instascam Christmas

Faith

An Instascam Christmas

Our carefully curated social media profiles rarely match up with our real lives. So why do we persist in presenting a cropped and edited version of ourselves? And what does this basic longing for acceptance say about us?

A Christmas thought experiment

Faith

A Christmas thought experiment

You start off in a strange place with no memory of how you got there, surrounded by hundreds of people in the same situation. You end up understanding the significance of Christmas. Ready?

The crushing fear of inadequacy

Life

The crushing fear of inadequacy

Never going to be a CEO of anything. Never going to win an Oscar, a Booker, or a Nobel. Never going to matter. In a world that prizes excellence, what hope is there for the also-rans?

Man Leaks Secret To Living Forever In 3 Easy Steps

Life

Man Leaks Secret To Living Forever In 3 Easy Steps

How did we miss this one?! Oh wait, that’s how.

How I found hope in place of suicide

Faith

How I found hope in place of suicide

For years I’d only heard ‘no one likes you’, ‘you’re not good enough’, ‘you don’t belong here’. These seemed so obviously true to life I had thought that they were statements of fact. No amount of compliments or self-love could shift them. I needed something deeper.