We’ve got some connections to make in this world of relationships, parenting, and divorce. How to set expectations within all of your post-divorce relationships.
John McElhenney has struggled since his divorce. His constant work, self-examination, and cultivation of a positive attitude has created a happier post-divorce family.
“Being able to spot their harmful behavior is the first step to minimizing their impact. You might not be able to change what they do, but you can change what you do with it.”
When a romance is over, it’s over. The problem according to Jackie Summers, is that no one ever evacuates Pompeii until the volcano erupts.
Some values never lose their importance they just go out of style –time to bring this one back in a big way.
What we appreciate—and need—in a potential mate changes as we get older. James Michael Sama identifies eight ways our dating outlook shifts with—shall we call it, ahem, maturity instead of age?
Put an end to shaming by doing one beautifully simple thing.
Jordan Gray dives into when you should and when you shouldn’t get back with your ex.
Business owner Doug Wagner didn’t expect to learn 3 important lessons of leadership from grieving the loss of his best friend. But that’s exactly what happened.
Upon reaching 50, the phrase ‘midlife crisis’ seems to fit some men’s lives. Joe Rutland offers an alternative viewpoint.
One of the things that people often don’t understand about relationships is that everybody needs their space at one point or another.
When we love, we can often stumble into loss. Nathan Graziano shares with us the story of one of his first loves, leaving us to reel in the heartbreaking reality that is loving someone with depression.
Ignorance of the masculine and feminine archetypal energies at play in our intimate relationships, whether straight or gay, can cost us everything.
“I won’t shy away from the bad with ignorance, but I also won’t minimize the good simply because that’s what the national conversation is saying I should do.”
Lodro Rinzler has a new take on the question every kid is asked: What do you want to be when you grow up?