Sometimes talking about our emotions isn’t all we think it’s cracked up to be.
It’s a rainy, lazy Saturday in Portland. A perfect time to dive into the Gospel of Mark and cultivate my inner anarchist.
To have and to hold, every moment of living, in every corner of the world. Journals, poems, blogs, for Michael Kasdan, they’re all portals to a new world, and a new experience.
Josh McCumber argues that if modern dads want to change how they’re being portrayed online, they’re going to need some help from the mom blogger community.
Arthur Dubay wonders why it’s relatively easy for him to open up to strangers, and much more difficult to do so with the ones he loves.
Are you interested in joining a conversation that no one else is having? Would you like to write about all the ways men are changing in the 21st century? Want the benefits of writing for a large, growing, engaged platform? Read on.
A piece about respecting your elders. A young man meets a lesson in gentleness: his wife’s grandmother.
“The blog became part writing exercise, part wish-fulfillment, and part therapy. It also caused me to talk less to our dog when I was having a particularly slow day on the word processor, which I am not sure she misses.”
Dream of churning out laughs for the Hollywood machine? Do it from home, counsels Greg White, who finds freedom writing for anything but TV.
When David Flannigan lost his son to AIDS, he decided to honor him, one mile at a time.
Jordan & Roxy, a heterosexual couple committed to a life together, refused to marry until all couples in the USA could. They only had to wait 6 years. Here is their inspiring story.
Dad Sean just turned 40. He had an amazing independence when he was younger, but he would not trade what he has now to get it back. Here’s why.
After being ripped off by a family friend, this man learned a valuable life lesson when his father refused to help him out. — One of the greatest lessons I learned from my Dad was[Read More…]
TJ Trent says honesty is truly the best policy.
Emily Marciel reflects on finding peace in a trending world.
The model that employs a man freed from prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder should be adopted nationwide.
A True American doesn’t wake up and put on his stars and stripes underwear and waltz around the house without consequences. A real patriot puts it all on the line for America. Joey Chestnut is that American as we dive into another edition of Sports Explained: Nathan’s Fmaous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest.
After wrecking his car and body, this man learned how to forgive and be there for his daughter.
Communication goes far beyond the words you say. Mastering this skill can benefit your relationships and life. — Men often get a bad wrap when it comes to how and how often they communicate. It’s[Read More…]
How evolutionary psychology may explain the difference.
Patterns do repeat themselves.
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