Success is, in fact, more often than not, a function of some sort of absence.
Know what you want, go for it, always appreciate your wins. Most of all, don’t settle for scraps.
Each man chooses how to live and define his life… I don’t think there is one correct way to be a man. However, in my observation, the best men are aware of their efforts to balance out these multiple areas of their lives.
“Say My Name!” Author Jay Cradeur shares some lessons learned from Heisenberg aka Walter White of Breaking Bad.
Barbara Gold looks at relationships beyond sexual intimacy: questions like wanting children, knowing what’s truly important to you, and having the courage to stick out the fight to find the right person.
This comment of the day is by Aubri on the post “Yes, Chivalry and Equality CAN Co-Exist”.
Sex. That three-letter word holds so much and can be so powerful. Tracee Dunblazier knows this and offers her help in finding balance in your relationship.
I learned from divorce and know what not to do next time.
There was no more hiding that day.
Jordan Gray says that love can be scary… and you’re allowed to be feeling a lot of big feelings.
Thomas Fiffer was a skeptic about the ‘just breathe’ thing—until he finally tried it.
Are you having trouble delaying gratification? Wellcast offers strategies so you can have your fun and focus on your goals, too.
Increased circulation, lower tension and heightened sensitivity are just a few of the hidden benefits of Tai Chi for your sex life.
Rossina Gil discusses The Four Temperaments of Leadership in successful organizations
Life is a constant readjustment. It’s whether you readjust consciously that makes all the difference.
Patty Beach and Roger Toennis believe that traditional approaches to understanding masculinity and femininity in the workplace aren’t helpful these days. They suggest a new way.