Dating is hard. Sometimes he need professional help. Let me explain why I chose that route.
"I’m just not sure we're doing our job as a community to educate them about the risks they face daily, and if so, are they even listening?" ponders blogger Jai Stone as the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday approaches.
Jai breaks down the definition of “hater” and has a message for those quick to post the finger.
"In my fabulous 40s, I became really honest with myself about who I am, what I desire and how to find and preserve my happy."
Everything we’re thinking doesn’t need to be shared aloud – even during girl talk.
Reminiscing on love lessons from Love and Basketball.
Beware of the thin line between classy and trashy when you're posting and sharing online.
"The truth is, I’m not celibate, I’m just single."
"The number of parents at home doesn't matter as much as their emotional and social health."
"Some women just make you wish you had magic zapping powers to shock them with two bolts of act right."
I know you watch reality TV, but should your daughter be watching it too?
Arguments can be healthy, but only if you play fair. Here’s how writer Jai Stone gets there.
Columnist Jai Stone speaks from the heart in defense of her poor church attendance.
Ladies, enough digital bullying. It’s time to disagree with grace and disengage with dignity.
“I won’t be shamed into silence or insulted into submission.”
Columnist Jai Stone shares lessons learned from first dates.