Here are five ways we irritate, dishearten, and upset one another as human beings. Let's figure out how we can cope with them - and change our own ways.
Progress. Not Perfection. That's what really matters.
Kindness is underrated. The effect random acts of kindness have on strangers are a profound demonstration of that.
It must be the way that the sprinklers hit my car every morning or the large amount of dust forming form the construction next door... either way, my car just won't stay clean. Sometimes, humans feel that way.
Speaker anxiety is like the little devil on your shoulder, whispering not-so-sweet nothings into your ear and slowly convincing you that what can go wrong, will go wrong. Murphy's Law, after all.