LW2, have you ever gone to Al-Anon? Please think about it - you're 100% right that you're repeating alcoholic-family patterns with this marriage.
@deepomega I think you mean the finale of a good The Walking Dead season has never been seen before.
@Murgatroid My favorite part of that speech was when she said Sandra Day O'Connor is proof we don't need feminism.
My comment keeps disappearing - here it is again:
I like Confessions of a Community College Dean's take on a lot of these issues. He makes a case for "using MOOCs like books" - that is, having "flipped classrooms" where students watch MOOC content on their own and then meet with professors for Q&A.
He also says actually the number of high-level administrators has generally decreased in higher ed - what's increased is IT staff, financial aid stuff, and students with disabilities staff. There's a link to the study and more debate about it in the comments, but the basic point is that we can't ignore the role of needing to comply with federal and state regulations.
@samiam It's cute when The Awl tries to cover California.
@major disaster Also mudslides!
Part of a series about youth.
@Ariel Meadow Stallings@facebook Yeah, I really think you (and also Meg Keene of course) are getting this right! It felt like you were doing our wedding vendor research for us, which is how it should be.
Another example is the posts that Angie Cox from YouLookFab writes for Nordstrom during their sales, where she says which of their pieces she thought were most interesting and worked best for her regular personal stylist clients. To me it seems like it comes down to the writer being willing to only take on products they actually think are great and the advertiser being willing to have the writer's real opinion posted, especially when there's an ongoing relationship that's about mutually becoming part of each other's branding (rather than a one-off review).
@cherrispryte Wow, yeah, I guess I'd rather get shot down than get handed something like that.