A Man’s Guide to Dealing with Criticism

5 surefire ways to make criticism work in your favor.

Why I Just Want To Punch You In The Face

On the field he learned that violence was the way to deal with conflict. Off the field he had to learn a better way.

5 Ways to Identify a Good (and Not So Good) Man

What makes us—or anyone—Good? Feelings Detective Josh Cole investigates.

“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.”

How Hitting A Hay Bale With A Big Stick Changed My Life

Can men expressing rage prevent violence and foster wisdom? Author Jay Cradeur shares his experiences with a Hay Bale and a Big Stick.

How to Fill an Empty Heart Back Up After You’ve Failed

Mike Berry shares a tough parenting moment and the heartbreaking lesson he learned from it.

Five Ways Anger Can be Deceptive

Have you been deceived by Anger?

The Tool You Need Most to Fix Your Broken Relationship

Steve Horsmon reveals a missing link for many men who are struggling in their marriage.

I Promise You My Anger

Is it normal to feel anger, resentment, and even hatred towards the person you love?

Why Are Most Violent People Male?

Andrew Smiler considers several reasons why violent people are more likely to be male than female.

6 Choices Happy Couples Make to Grow Their Love

Do you ever wonder why some couples don’t seem to have any problems and are always happy?

Should I Be Worried if My Husband Asks for Space?

The softly spoken words asking for some time are not a reflection of you not being a good partner.

10 Reasons Why Getting Back with Your Ex Is Never a Good Idea

We hold onto yesterday in fear of what tomorrow may bring. What if everything you always dreamed of was waiting for you tomorrow?

Why Men Choose Punishment Over Compassion

Does punishment always work best when a compassionate, curious exploration of behavior is available? Many of us grow up with an understanding that when we do something wrong we should be held responsible. Does that necessarily mean we need to be punished for it?

Three Ways to Not Get Stuck in Post-Divorce Quicksand

How Jenny Kanevsky reframed her thinking after divorce.

Can Excessive Cursing in the Media Actually Make Our Kids Meaner?

Tor Constantino shares research that links excessive cursing in the media with aggression in kids.