Steven Petrow is an award-winning journalist and author best known for his Washington Post and New York Times essays on aging, health, and cancer, which often appear on the "Most Read" lists. He's currently an Opinion Columnist for USA Today, a columnist to The Post, and a contributing writer The Times. Previously he penned The New York Times' "Civil Behavior" advice column and "Digital Dilemmas" for Parade magazine; his work has been published in Time, The Atlantic, Salon, the Daily Beast, the Los Angeles Times, and The Advocate. You've likely heard him on NPR's "All Things Considered Weekend," or one of your favorite TV networks. The most recent of his five books is Steven Petrow's Complete Gay & Lesbian Manners and his TED Talk, "3 Ways to Practice Civility," has garnered nearly two million views to date. He lives in Hillsborough, NC and can be found online at StevenPetrow.com.