Tom Fletcher put baby Buzz on his back and started blowing on dandelions. Buzz couldn’t stop laughing, and neither will you.
Making the shift from friend to lover is risky, but we have to be true to our feelings. Here’s how to move out of the friend zone.
Walter Royster Shares Heartfelt Message All Sons Deserve to Hear
A school scheduled a performance of And Then Came Tango, a play about two male penguins who save and father an orphaned egg. A homophobic mob demanded the play be cancelled, and the school complied. That was not OK for this dad. Here’s why.
Jordan Gray says that everyone comes into their relationships with expectations. But some are a lot more harmful than others.
This old-school advice is b.s … here’s why:
Trish Everett asks if you’re silencing your voice for the sake of harmony with your partner. She won’t be mad at you if you say yes.
Thomas Fiffer explains the exceptional draw and destructive impact of partners who are determined to change you.
The current field of announced and unannounced candidates for the Republican nomination in 2016 is pretty big, but it won’t stay that way forever.
You are loved if you are free, a hostage, an escapee, if you seek love and can’t recognize it.
While you are moving through your emotional pain, you also need to remember that your children did nothing to cause your divorce and therefore should be shielded from your “animosity” towards one another.
“Fathering is the most profound spiritual work I’ve ever done. My love for my son has given me a higher purpose,” writes Craig Scott Brooke-Weiss. Here is how one man discovered himself transformed by living as a Dad.