Following on Cris Carter’s remarks, Male Survivor founder Christopher J. Anderson tells us what to say to people who are on the fence about using violence to discipline kids.
To understand Rush Limbaugh’s opposition to consent, Thomas Fiffer explores the entitlement mindset.
Feeling stuck in his life, Chuck Chapman asked a master gardener what it takes for a plant to thrive. The answer holds wisdom for people stuck in toxic environments.
Abandoned by his own father before birth, Zun Lee is out to bust the stereotypes of black fatherhood by showing us a different picture.
Jamie Utt shows us four important ways to abandon perpetrator logic and stop denying the pain of survivors.
A short film by Dennis Williams on racism in the media.
Charles J. Orlando tells us what men need to learn—or rather unlearn—from Ray Rice.
Here’s what holding strong really is.
The #whyIstayed campaign shows the resilience of survivors and the support within their community. It can also teach others about domestic violence.
Bestselling author, speaker, and success expert Bob Burg lays out the foundation of happiness and reveals the number one trap we set for ourselves that prevents us from achieving it.
Sarafina Bianco asks if it’s okay to grieve the loss of your therapist as if he or she were your friend.
James Michael Sama just watched Ray Rice cold-cock Janay Palmer, and he’s had enough of wrist-slapping, victim-blaming, and justifying when it comes to abuse. Have you?
Women could reduce rape and abuse if they’d just stop avoiding marriage. Or so says Phyllis Schlafly. Why should we listen, or care?