So you just turned 50, now what?
Slowing down might be just what we need. The slower and simpler, the greater opportunity for enjoyment. Aydan Dunnigan-Vickruck explains.
You don’t need quackery, magic potions, or spells. Science shows that the secret to youthful life is all in your head.
Can a 50-something-old man find that romantic partner in life? Of course! Consider the question, though.
‘I’m losing a little, but I’m using everything I’ve got,’ says the 90-year-old artist Leonard Creo, for whom old age means working harder to achieve less than what he was used to doing before.
The life expectancy of a child born in a wealthy country today could well be 100 years. By the end of the century, the populations of many of those countries could have median ages above 65.
Ty Phillips challenges us to spend time each day reflecting instead of looking in the mirror or the camera lens.
Sean Liddle’s cake will be ablaze this year, but rather than making him feel old, it has given him new resolve. Here’s how.
“Our shared experience of vulnerability erases the age and gender differences between the young mothers and me.”
Bob Schwenkler on how to be a deeply trustworthy man who leaves a legacy of love in the world.
Kanesha Baynard Shares the Perks of Cross Generational Caregiving
Patty Beach and Roger Toennis discuss the power in embracing the positive masculine traits while releasing the negative.
Attempting to understand what makes men feel happy or sad may be a lifelong journey. Listening to your heart, though, brings many surprises.
Robin J. Landwehr answers six common questions people have about what happens in a group designed to help abusive men stop abusing.
Ross Rosenberg asks if you’re low on a nutrient that’s essential for your happiness and well-being—and offers a solution if you are.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with a group of Black men where they compare the attention given to the death of Cecil the lion versus the Black Lives Matter movement
Gaining confidence is easy with these proven strategies from emotional intelligence expert Dr. Travis Bradberry.
We shouldn’t stop valuing the beauty and power of pristine places to transform us. But we also need stories that enable us to imagine and thus see the wild spaces in our everyday lives.
Here’s how our fundamental Sexual Operating System sabotages relationships and why it doesn’t have to be that way.
Displeased with the images Barbie represents for his daughters, Chris Farley Ratcliffe contemplates Barbie’s future in his home.
Jordan Gray says that the question of “Can men and women just be friends?” is an outdated one. —– Having been a professional relationship coach for the past seven years, I tend to get a[Read More…]
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