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Theater has quickly taken on the Trump presidency. Whether what’s onstage can change minds or spark action is open to debate.
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14 Truths About Being An Asexual Person

What’s it like to be asexual in a world as sex obsessed as ours? It might help to understand what it means to be asexual first. 

Unlike celibacy ― where people give up sex as a choice ―asexuality is a sexual orientation, according to the Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN). Asexual people have the same emotional needs as anyone and are just as capable of being in intimate relationships as other people ― they’re just not interested in sex. And being asexual categorically does not mean you’re lonely.

Below, men and women on the secret-sharing app Whisper talk about what it’s like to be asexual. 

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9 Times Celebrities Dropped Some Major Truths About Sleep

Everyone needs to get their rest — between 7 and 9 hours of it, according to the National Sleep Foundation. But it can be hard to get the word out, so it always helps when celebrities rave about how important sleep is in their lives, too. 

You need sleep because it’s when your brain and complex nervous systems perform much-needed daily maintenance on themselves. Sleep helps build memories, makes you feel better emotionally and stabilizes your blood sugar. It’s even important for your looks, as people like Lauren Conrad and Gwyneth Paltrow attest. So the next time you find yourself pressing “play” on just one more Netflix episode before bed, ask yourself — What Would Beyonce Do? 

To get sleep-inspired, here are some of our favorite celebrity sleep quotes:

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5 Truths from ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime’

On Sunday night, Broadway will hand out Tony Awards. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is nominated for best play. Gary and I saw it on our recent visit to New York. During the first act, I shifted nervously in my seat. The play had scenes that were painfully familiar. At intermission, I looked at Gary. “Should we leave now?”

We decided to stay. A lot can happen in the second act.

There were a lot of truths in the portrayal of Christopher, a teenage boy with autistic behaviors who tries to solve a murder mystery. Although my daughter, Ariela, did not have autism, we had a lot in common with the family in the play. Without giving too much away, here are just a few of the play’s insights that I related to.

1. Motivation. With great difficulty, Christopher navigated trains and subways, because he wanted to find his mother. Ariela had just started to use a new communication device, a complicated system that required patience and practice to learn. When her doctor told her she needed surgery, she used her device to tell him she was afraid. Then, when she was in pre-op with the IV inserted in her arm, she looked up at her surgeon. “This isn’t going to be easy,” she said with her synthesized voice. She wanted him to know that.

2. Teachers. One teacher can change a life. Christopher was fortunate to have one gifted teacher in his corner. Ariela had many teachers who misunderstood her, dismissed her or neglected her. In all of her years of school, from pre-K through grade 12, I can count on one hand the teachers who supported her, believed in her, and nourished her. They were the ones who wouldn’t stop until they could find a way for her to learn.

3. Animals. Sometimes it’s easier to connect with a pet than with another person. Christopher had a pet mouse. Ariela connected with horses. She loved to ride. Two therapeutic riding programs in our area wouldn’t take her. “She’s too medically fragile,” they said. But Joell Dunlap at Square Peg Foundation accepted Ariela without condition.

4. Fighting. Parents of children with special needs have a lot to fight about. When there are no roadmaps, there are no right answers. Like Christopher’s parents, some of our biggest fights were about who did what and how much for our daughter. Those were hurtful battles. It took us years to begin to acknowledge that we both did the best we could do.

5. Controls. We all have our own ways to control the overwhelming stimuli in our environment. Some meditate, some medicate, some move to the country. Ariela closed her eyes and put her head down. Christopher turned to mathematics. I believe the last time I studied the Pythagorean Theorem was in the ninth grade. In The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, I saw its beauty.

There’s a lot more packed into this two-hour production, but I don’t want to spoil it for you. I just read that The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time will be on tour next year. I hope it comes to a theater near you. Go see it for yourself, and don’t leave at intermission. It gets better.

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5 Truths from ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime’

On Sunday night, Broadway will hand out Tony Awards. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is nominated for best play. Gary and I saw it on our recent visit to New York. During the first act, I shifted nervously in my seat. The play had scenes that were painfully familiar. At intermission, I looked at Gary. “Should we leave now?”

We decided to stay. A lot can happen in the second act.

There were a lot of truths in the portrayal of Christopher, a teenage boy with autistic behaviors who tries to solve a murder mystery. Although my daughter, Ariela, did not have autism, we had a lot in common with the family in the play. Without giving too much away, here are just a few of the play’s insights that I related to.

1. Motivation. With great difficulty, Christopher navigated trains and subways, because he wanted to find his mother. Ariela had just started to use a new communication device, a complicated system that required patience and practice to learn. When her doctor told her she needed surgery, she used her device to tell him she was afraid. Then, when she was in pre-op with the IV inserted in her arm, she looked up at her surgeon. “This isn’t going to be easy,” she said with her synthesized voice. She wanted him to know that.

2. Teachers. One teacher can change a life. Christopher was fortunate to have one gifted teacher in his corner. Ariela had many teachers who misunderstood her, dismissed her or neglected her. In all of her years of school, from pre-K through grade 12, I can count on one hand the teachers who supported her, believed in her, and nourished her. They were the ones who wouldn’t stop until they could find a way for her to learn.

3. Animals. Sometimes it’s easier to connect with a pet than with another person. Christopher had a pet mouse. Ariela connected with horses. She loved to ride. Two therapeutic riding programs in our area wouldn’t take her. “She’s too medically fragile,” they said. But Joell Dunlap at Square Peg Foundation accepted Ariela without condition.

4. Fighting. Parents of children with special needs have a lot to fight about. When there are no roadmaps, there are no right answers. Like Christopher’s parents, some of our biggest fights were about who did what and how much for our daughter. Those were hurtful battles. It took us years to begin to acknowledge that we both did the best we could do.

5. Controls. We all have our own ways to control the overwhelming stimuli in our environment. Some meditate, some medicate, some move to the country. Ariela closed her eyes and put her head down. Christopher turned to mathematics. I believe the last time I studied the Pythagorean Theorem was in the ninth grade. In The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, I saw its beauty.

There’s a lot more packed into this two-hour production, but I don’t want to spoil it for you. I just read that The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time will be on tour next year. I hope it comes to a theater near you. Go see it for yourself, and don’t leave at intermission. It gets better.

For more information, check out my website and follow me on Facebook.

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Playing for Love: 2 Truths

Although our generation is no stranger to the idea that our reliance and commitment to technology is hindering the quality of meaningful relationships — not just in maintaining them, but in establishing them to begin with — we still seem to be a little hesitant and guarded about finding love online. If you have ever been on Tinder or similar dating apps, you would be hard pressed to not come across at least one person who makes a joke in their profile along the lines of, “I’ll lie about where we met.”

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Some people are embarrassed to be on them, or stubborn about their ineffectiveness. And their reasoning is understandable. It’s is a lot easier to act like you don’t care about finding someone, right? To act like you are such a catch that you’d have no trouble meeting someone the “traditional” way. That, and the fact that online dating apps can feel impersonal and superficial. You scan people’s profiles, judge them on what they look like, and make snap decisions.

Then there also is the problem of establishing a connection. Online dating apps have the same nature as others apps, like Instagram: they are essentially a numbers game. Your Instagram worth is essentially based on how many “likes” you get. Running parallel to this is the idea that online dating apps are only effective if you are matched with as many people as possible — validating your worth.

Winning Their Heart

When it comes to dating apps, there are different kinds of games people find themselves playing: the ones where getting to know one another is playful and fun, and the other kind, the numbers game, where acquiring matches has no further purpose or intent. If you are looking to establish meaningful connections, you need the former. It’s not that online dating apps don’t work — just that they need to be used the right way.

And if there is anyone who knows how to incorporate the fun, informality of a game into establishing a meaningful connection, it’s Tyler Adams — this season’s winner of The Amazing Race. For people who haven’t already heard about it, the reality show mixed things up this season by having half the contestants meet for the first time on a blind date — Adams being one of these pairs. And although he and his partner, Laura, didn’t’ find romantic love, they did establish a bond strong enough to rely on one another for 21 days, ultimately winning the entire race.

Ironically enough — or in a way that kind of makes perfect sense — Adams also happens to be the co-founder of the new “dating” app 2 Truths, a modern spin on the age-old icebreaker game, “Two truths and a lie.”

You can’t force love, chemistry or even a connection. Those have to happen organically. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to help it along — which is exactly what the new app 2 Truths does. It fixes one of the biggest disconnects between hating and loving online dating: getting matched then never actually building a connection. Because you can only be matched with someone after you learn a little bit about them, taking the impersonal atmosphere off the table, and you do so in a fun, game-like manner, it doesn’t feel forced, overly-formal or shallow.

“It’s incredible how much you can learn about someone’s personality from 3 short statements,’ said Adams. “Especially when one of them is a lie. It’s the first dating app with a sense of humor.”

There is no shame, especially for our generation, in finding people online that have similar interests, someone you would be interested in getting to know more. But you can’t expect the intimacy and spark between two people to just happen because there’s a match. You can’t expect to determine whether or not you “click” with someone through a screen. That is something that can only be done through conversation and, eventually, in person.

I like comedian and actor Aziz Ansari’s approach to online dating: “Don’t think online dating as dating — it’s an introduction service.” Essentially, that is what it is. You aren’t dating this person online. Online dating apps hand pick and deliver people you might hit it off with. They let you realize these people exist, and give you a platform to introduce yourself on. But beyond that, it’s up to you.

Not only is the 2 Truths app backed by the impressive credentials brought to the table by Adams alone, but it was also developed by the same team who won the Startup weekend in Los Angeles in 2014–which is, modestly, the largest competition for startup ventures in the world. Although still relatively new, considering who the app has been developed and started by, it seems to have a whole lot of potential.

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I Want to Outlive My Child (And 3 Other Horrible Truths About Being a Special Needs Parent)

We all know the brave, strong, inspiring images of parents of kids with significant special needs who wear their challenges like a suit of armor. I have been that parent sometimes. I have also been the parent who is crying so hard that I can’t speak because I don’t know what to do. There are also several dark truths that we all feel, but mostly don’t discuss.

1. I want to outlive my child.

We live in fear of what will happen to our son or daughter when we die. Where will they live? Will anyone care for them like we have? I know there are excellent group homes out there and I know that I can’t afford any of them. I know there are compassionate, wonderful people who work in state-funded homes, but I don’t know how to find them. These are thoughts that steal sleep or wake me in the middle of the night.

2. Most of us dread summer.

The majority of special needs kids need routine like the rest of us need air. School provides the structure these kids need and the break or daycare the parents need. It is an awful misrepresentation to call school daycare, but it’s a harsh reality most of us face because after middle school, it is exceedingly difficult to find a daycare that will accept our child. Some states have excellent summer school programs. In most, however, there is so little funding for special needs summer school that the slots go to those who are close friends with Harry Potter.

I am fortunate to be able to stay home full-time with my son, Caleb, but it makes summer drag out like endless loops of fishing wire. The first month of summer we usually search for routine with lots of swimming (which results in several ear infections), lots of visits to the library, maybe a movie or two and my feeble attempts to emulate the educational models Caleb’s teacher flawlessly presents every day. At some point in those four weeks, Caleb begs out of these activities. He wants to be at school with his teachers and his friends. Their routine trumps anything I could even attempt.

By the time school resumes, I am weakened and depressed from the toll of long summer days. Caleb’s health issues make summer even more challenging, because he can’t regulate his body temperature and will die if he gets too hot. Summer camps are usually not an option for him because of his specific temperature needs. Aside from swimming, we are restricted indoors and that takes a toll on both of us.

3. Worse than summer, we dread the day our child turns 21.

Federal law requires that students with disabilities can attend public school until the year in which they turn 21. It is amazing that education is extended for these students, but it ends there. After age 21, parents are left scrambling to find programs for their young adults. I have visited several day programs that mimic school for young adults. Some are really structured and provide wonderful outlets for young adults with special needs. These are usually the ones that cost the most, excluding many of the people who need these programs. Some of these programs provide services for a few hours a day, not a full day, which leaves parents who work with untenable choices.

Because our kids are mentally much younger than age 21, many of us are reluctant to start the search for a group home until we are physically unable to care for our child. At a time when our friends are either enjoying or dreading an empty nest, we are left with no choices.

4. We often have to take away our child’s rights to make their own decisions.

When our special needs child reaches age 18, many of us have to file for guardianship. This is a complicated process which involves attorneys (and their fees), court appearances and letters from doctors. The premise is that because the child is chronologically an adult, they have the right to refuse medical treatment, including things like an ambulance ride, necessary medications or surgeries. An ambulance could show up at the front door and if the young adult doesn’t want to get on it, the ambulance drivers have to respect their wishes, unless guardianship is in place and the parent can demand that the young adult be treated.

Guardianship may be necessary, but it is one of the hardest things I have ever had to do for Caleb. It boils down to petitioning the court to acknowledge that he is an incapacitated person. It is effectively taking away his right to make his own decisions, and that is a very sad process. I walked out of court the day guardianship was final with my head down and my heart heavy.
I believe these are universal unspoken truths for special needs parents. They weigh us down even when we’re not thinking of them. So, if you see one of us on a good day and we still seem a bit down, it’s because the future looms like a black cloud that fills the whole sky. We all want the best for our kids and many of us fear we may not be able to provide it.

These are ugly, frightening thoughts. I spent the majority of Caleb’s childhood trying to avoid them and the guilt they impose. As time does, it has brought these issues to the surface, which requires action. I have a blog called neverlandwithoutagps.com and it was born out of these ideas. My son will always be Peter Pan, a child in an adult’s body. I find us living in Neverland without much guidance. I am leaning heavily on my friends with older kids, listening to what they have learned and watching what they do. I hope by the time Caleb is 21 that I will be able to help the parents coming along behind us.

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The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids

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The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids draws upon the entirety of Brad’s research and professional experience. In his career he has surveyed over 100,000 children and adolescents, personally interviewing close to 4,000 in group and one-on-one sessions, and run direct service programs in major cities nationwide. He breaks down barriers between the generations and present tweens and teens as they really are. Brad distills the best information on child development, media use, delinquency and morality into five simple truths that will help parents better understand and appreciate the young people in their lives while providing strategies for addressing everyday concerns in positive and productive ways. Brad doesn’t place the danger with kids, rather he thinks the danger lies with the sensationalized media about tweens and teens. The 5 Simple Truths of Raising Kids is based on solid research, but Brad’s writing is easy to digest and punctuated with anecdotes from his own experience counseling kids, working within juvenile prisons, and developing television programs and video games. Some of it is funny, most of it is practical, but all of it is important to anyone who cares about kids.

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The 9 Truths about Weight Loss

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Forget fad diets-here’s a proven program based on good sense and good scienceHere are just a few of the bewildering pseudoscientific suggestions found in some of the bestselling diet books: abandon starch; eat all the fat you want, but count protein grams; eat dessert, but no fat; never mix proteins and carbohydrates; customize your diet based on your blood type; forget counting calories; seek emotional solutions to your weight issues. Even books that are based on sound scientific principles generally tell only half the story. The 9 Truths about Weight Loss is the long-awaited antidote to the scores of diet fads that have, in the long run, failed for so many frustrated people. In a program built on years of scientific research and practical experience, Daniel S. Kirschenbaum covers every aspect of losing weight and keeping it off. He shows how attacking weight loss is essentially an athletic challenge and reiterates the necessity of both sensible eating and tracking your food intake. He reminds us that it’s natural for our bodies to fight weight loss, and as a psychologist, he shows us how to get through the inevitable emotional roadblocks. Going beyond try quick fixes, The 9 Truths about Weight Loss provides a positive, manageable program for the millions of Americans committed to controlling their weight once and for all.
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Simple Truths – New Customers Save 20% On Your First Order

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Toss the Gloss : Beauty Tips, Tricks & Truths for Women 50+

Toss the Gloss : Beauty Tips, Tricks & Truths for Women 50+


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Simple Truths – Simple Truths Flash Sale

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Simple Truths – Simple Truths Warehouse Sale

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Simple Truths – Memorial Day Storewide Sale

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Simple Truths – Memorial Day Storewide Sale

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Simple Truths – New Customers Save 20% On Your First Order

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Simple Truths – New Customers Save 20% On Your First Order

New customers save 20% on their first order of any book or framed print. Coupon is only valid for 1 use per customer.
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Simple Truths – New Customers Save 20% On Your First Order

New customers save 20% on their first order of any book or framed print. Coupon is only valid for 1 use per customer.
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Simple Truths – New Customers Save 20% On Your First Order

New customers save 20% on their first order of any book or framed print. Coupon is only valid for 1 use per customer.
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Simple Truths – New Customers Save 20% On Your First Order

New customers save 20% on their first order of any book or framed print. Coupon is only valid for 1 use per customer.
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Simple Truths – Motivational Quotes Free With Any Purchase

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Simple Truths – Motivational Quotes Free With Any Purchase

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