This Comment of the Day is by Jason Gootman on the post “On Living to 100 and Beyond: 9 Things You Can Do Today.”
This Comment of the Day is by ballgame on the post “Men, Stop Letting the World Define You”.
One reader responds to a fellow man whose wife came out as a lesbian.
This comment was by Michael Michalchik, on Facebook, in reply to the post “The Good Men Project: A Space for Nurturing Ideas.”
Comment of the Day: ‘What do I know about being a man? If I come up with something, I’ll get back to you.’
Comment of the Day was by D, on the post “A Message to Women, It’s Not Us vs. Men”
This comment of the day was by Tom Chill on the post “How Fear and Shame are Killing the Modern Man”.
This comment was by Amber Kay on the post “The Difference Between Dating and Marriage.”
Comment of the Day: “Cheating is inherently a shock, because, at least before that betrayal is discovered, only the cheater knows it has occurred.”
This comment was by D. on the post “Is Cheating Really That Bad?”
Comment of the Day: “Being assertive means you stand your ground, but recognize and respect the boundaries of others.”
This comment was on the post “When Is It OK for a Man to Be Aggressive?”
Comment of the Day: ‘Just because a marriage ends in divorce doesn’t mean it wasn’t a successful one.’
This comment was by mgm531 on the post “Is ‘Tradition’ What’s Wrong With Marriage?
“We cannot control anything but our own behaviors. Hence anger drains positive energy and it is, over time, a colossal waste of time.”
This comment by Facebook fan Preveen Jha, on the post “How Hitting a Hay Bale With a Big Stick Changed My Life.”
“It’s OK for women to just want to be friends with guys.” This comment is by Christian on the post Relationship Intelligence for Men: Your Simple 12-Step Guide.
This comment of the day was by Scott Brezenski on the post “Why We Need to Give Men Permission to Grieve.”
This comment was by trey1963 on the post “Gay or Straight: 5 Ways Men Struggle With Their Masculinity.”
This comment of the day is by Aubri on the post “Yes, Chivalry and Equality CAN Co-Exist”.
This comment was by Juan San Claro on the post “How to Tell if She’s the One”.