Our kids mirror our moods. Jayson Gaddis looks inward when his kids are struggling.
Jayson Gaddis, MA, LPC, CGT is a pioneer and leader in modern masculine development. He’s a relationship psychotherapist devoted to helping people awaken through relationship and intimacy. He’s a husband and part-time stay-at-home Dad getting schooled by his two kids. You can find him at JaysonGaddis.com and Deepening Relationships
Jason Gaddis insists that when we discourage feminine traits in boys and instead only promote outdated masculine ones, we put a gender straightjacket on our boys.
The entire reason we have such a thing as a quarter life crisis, and later a mid-life crisis, is because boys and young men lack meaningful rite-of-passage experiences.
Jayson Gaddis believes that time outs don’t work for parents who are unwilling to put themselves in an adult time out — which is what’s really needed.
“When I check out women, what is really going on with me? Is it just normal because I’m a heterosexual guy that likes women?” Jayson Gaddis explores objectification.
When men let someone else define manhood for them, instead of using their own intelligence and being the true author of their own life, they end up buying the culture’s narrow version of masculinity without question.
As makeup becomes more socially acceptable for men to wear, the benefits of it are called into question.
With at least 51 people dead from the giant tornado that ripped through Oklahoma, the Wheeler family was relieved to know that their son was alive.
The tornado was at least a half-mile wide and had winds up to 200 mph.
After the giant tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, Melissa Newton and city manager Steven Eddy talk about being in the middle of the destruction.
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has taken the first step toward allowing the ordination of openly gay men and women.
Ernie R writes to The Good Life of two best men: his own, and himself.
Chantele Theroux on how to live and love like the Man in Black.
An easy, energy efficient way to brew tea in your kitchen.
Justin Cascio talks to T Cooper, author of Real Man Adventures, about writing, crying, and being a real man.
This is love.
Patterns, colors, proportions, oh my!
This is a comment by Anonymous on the post “Should We Forgive Apologetic Bullies?”
This is a comment by Lars Fisher on the post “I’d Benefit From a Traditional Wife”.
Do you know the way to your own heart? Men who cook and write wanted.
It’s not exactly criminal. So why do you hide the source of your joy?
Sometimes, what makes us do evil is easier to understand than the reasons why we choose to do good.