How to allow yourself room to forgive.
You don’t understand! You’re not listening! John Gray explains how blame statements shut down communication and shows how to express frustration constructively.
A conversation between Brian Rutter and a dad at a their kids softball game makes him wonder: Why all the judgment at a Saturday game?
Ben Martin needed the rudest wake up call imaginable to learn to take responsibility for his actions in life and in his marriage.
Graham Phoenix often felt the urge to exert control, the need to get people to listen to him. What happened to him when he resorted to violence to be in charge?
“You’re too emotional. You used to be fun. You’re so jealous.” Most women have heard these labels. Why?
Mike Sliwa believes blame has replaced responsibility and therefore reinforced dominant points of view.
Marriage counselor Aaron Anderson critiques our ever-dangerous tendency to mix fairy-tales and marriage.
Michael Noll had to learn—the hard way—that raising children comes with the risk and the temptation of becoming a bad person.
A dislocated knee helped Christian Clifton realize that whatever blame can be placed at the time of a traumatic incident, it is up to him to take the actions needed to heal.
Same sex marriage is now legal in many states where many Christians have fought against it. This dad has put together a biblically based survival guide to help them cope with what is happening in their neighborhoods.
A step-by-step method to keep your wives away from men in kilts. Because they’re dangerous. John Patrick Weiss tells us how.
Actually, I mean “Favourite Song to Listen to During Halloween But Isn’t Necessarily ABOUT Halloween” but that’s not a great title for a blog post.
Erin Kelly recounts the story of Jeffrey Fowle and two other Americans who were recently detained in North Korea.
Most parents don’t want to believe that their child is capable of wrong — especially bullying others. But the truth is, this denial is only making the problem worse. Here are some helpful tips on how to begin the process of facing the reality of bullying.
To mark Halloween, here’s a poem from Stephen Scott Whitaker about a costume–a costume that is both funny and indicative of how gender affects interactions.
Halloween. It’s not just candy handouts. There’ s also the pressure of coming up with a great costume. Here’s a hint: ditch the Ray Rice costumes and instead look to the NFL’s good guys.
Danny Baker would like to remind you that mental illness is minimally spoken about, so a lot of people haven’t been educated about it—and as a result, a lot of people don’t understand it.
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The advice from a father to a daughter can never be underestimated in its importance. Tim Jordan, M.D. shows us how to give messages of success.
Baby Heath thinks his daddy’s cough is just about the funniest thing ever, and we think baby Heath has the most infectious laugh on the planet!
Damon Young is surprised and disappointed at many men’s reactions to the Hollaback! video. Haven’t they listened when women have told them about being afraid?
Prosperity in America rises and falls with the middle class. Making higher education affordable and refinancing crushing student loan debt, will grow the economy for all.
Hollywood heavyweight Paul Lazarus shifts gears and draws attention to a mind-bendingly brilliant invention that could save the lives of hundreds of millions.
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Dr. David J. Leonard gets real & personal on the masculinity balancing males face
GMP is having a site-wide conversation about men and shame. Read the stories here and consider sharing one of your own.
When people don’t see themselves or their partners in the gender molds used to define them, relationships are set up to fail.