Learning to Be Bold: What Loss Taught Me About Life

After his friend lost an unspeakably hard battle with cancer, Jeff Friedman wants to share what he learned from his friend and colleague, Mike Connell.

A Belated Eulogy, The Life and Death of Carlos Koldobsky

Bob Marrow remembers a good friend.

Travelling without Moving

Perhaps the greatest journey of our lifetime takes place while we are standing still. No passport, no airports, no queues – and very often in the blink of an eye.

Men, Aggression, and Disease

Can aggression in men lead to disease and inhibit recovery from life-threatening diseases?

Healing Cancer with Aloha

How ancient Hawaiian wisdom can help heal a modern epidemic.

The Ever Evolving Purpose of Man

With technological advancements in the medical field booming, man has more reason than ever to thrive and find purpose.

Three Ways to Not Get Stuck in Post-Divorce Quicksand

How Jenny Kanevsky reframed her thinking after divorce.

How I Learned the 4 Keys of Friendship

Patrick Sallee learned how to be a great friend from a friend he’s sadly about to lose.

Is Marriage A Good Investment?

Dr. Steve does a cost benefit analysis of being married and discovers some surprising results.

Men, Self-Hatred, and Cancer

What cancer can teach us about the changing roles of men in society.

When Abused Women Speak Out, Men Listen

Not enough male victims come forward about sexual abuse and violence, so we listen to the voices of women for guidance.

Raising Boys with Cancer

How a cancer diagnosis can help to raise happy, healthy boys.

What if Addicts Received Effective Treatment Instead of Prison Time?

The war on drugs, poor treatment programs, and the social stigma of addiction have caused an epidemic of suffering among young addicts and their families.

Your Children Will Benefit if You Create a Council of Dads

How many men does it take to raise a child?

Strongest Man at the YMCA

After his wife dies from cancer, this father of three teenage boys proves strength doesn’t lie in power, money, or job titles.

5 Tips For Supporting a Friend Who Has Cancer

As an Oncology Nurse Practitioner, cancer has become a normal part of Nancy’s daily life. Here are her tips to help support a friend who has cancer. — It’s hard to turn on the tv, open a magazine or look at your online news browser these days without reading about the latest celebrity to be […]