Matt Shumate explains why you’ll be happier if you walk away—and stay away—after a nasty breakup.
August McLaughlin shares hard-earned wisdom from her own dating, marriage, and divorce experience on how your post-breakup attitude can help you find the right partner.
Paying back wrong for wrong will never make things right. If only for your own peace of mind, learn from it — and then let it go.
Once you start feeling like there’s nothing left for you to give, like the apathy has truly taken over your entire mind, body and soul, you know the beginning of the end has arrived.
It seems easier to just bury the sadness, but feelings find their way out eventually. Here’s a better way to handle heartbreak.
Your words have the power to draw your relationship closer together or tear it apart. — “I need my space.” However many times have you said that? Does this work? Over the years, I’m sure being together has been quite a journey. You’re used to each others idioms and quirks. You know when to back […]
We don’t want to get our hearts broken, so it’s easier to pretend we don’t have one. But we’re actually playing the cool girl to try to keep you engaged.
Dating again after a 1-year—or 25-year—relationship ended? Here’s Dr. Margaret Rutherford’s advice for re-entering the dating world.
Why is it so much harder to recover when a partner falls out of love, stops talking to us, or even disappears?
Relationships almost always begin with wild, head-over-heels feelings of devotion. On its own, however, love is not enough. Tamara Star reveals eight common barriers between us and long-lasting passion.
In a recap of our week’s dad conversation, editor Rob Watson highlights the things that were on the minds of our fathers. They covered an incredible spectrum of the introspections, the soul and the hearts of dads everywhere.
I need to tell you a secret, something I wish I would have known when I was 12.
The term “ex-gay” has become a political missile from right wing politics. What are they trying to say?
Loving forever means finding the imperfectly perfect combination of timing and chemistry — and making sure to keep things imperfectly perfect.
A lightening strike, the passing of their pet, and juggling two businesses would challenge any marriage. Here’s how they keep it healthy.
Grief is a deeply personal process. Common clichés do more harm than good. How to help men grieve. Many people have not lost someone close. They haven’t experienced grief, so they say things that make[Read More…]
New Book & DVD Helps Dads Teach Kids Basic Cooking Survival Skills
On his late father’s birthday, a dad ponders on what he’s learned from his father. He looks at his kids, and suddenly, he knows. — It’s my dad’s birthday today. He’d have been[Read More…]
Take notice world, “real men” are human and express actual emotions, including fear.
Her husband is reawakening and chasing his dreams. Here’s how she’s supporting him and what she’s learned. — My husband is in the middle of a reawakening of sorts. And it’s totally my fault. You see,[Read More…]
Instead of focusing on how the light shines on you, focus on how it shines on someone else instead.
Eric Moody gives us an updated definition of masculinity.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?