“Something had always been different about him.”
You know it doesn’t work when one or both of you have one foot in and one foot out. Heather Gray guides you on what to do next.
DiaryDad searches for compassion and love and finds it in abundance in his 8 year old son. I had thought about writing another piece about guns and violence, in the wake of the tragedy in Oregon.[Read More…]
Jessicah Lahitou gives you the “most memorable moment” and “why you should read now” of 5 books that have helped shaped our definition of men.
Black men, often seen as society’s problems, are given a chance to indulge in punditry through a media collaborative now in its second year.
No data exists on whether reparative therapy for gender dysphoria works. One doctor, in a frightening supposition, believes we should try it on transgender people.
In a bid to get children to eat healthier, ‘The Cook At Home Dad’ shares tips and recipes he creates for and with his kids.
Live by the sword, die by the sword.
If I could tell the younger me one thing about marriage, I would tell her to not take for granted all the things that her husband does.
Very few people have any idea of the quantifiable health impacts of fossil fuel. Switching alternative energy source can save thousands of lives and billions of dollars.
Insecurities, every one has them. Time to get over your past and surge on to your future.
Tales from the grim side of the street from a man whose nightmare began at 13.
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Patrick Sallee was a huge fan of Back to the Future when he was a kid. Now, on the 30th anniversary, he’s contemplating time travel himself. #Ad
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