Detained Children Risk Life-Long Physical and Mental Harm

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Children exposed to cumulative stressors for long periods of time become less able to learn, more difficult to settle and console, and are unable to enjoy the fun and games of childhood.

Masculinity And Extremism—A Call For Submissions

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As our world globalizes, clashes, and reinvents itself, we have the opportunity to guide the way that boys become men. It may mean the difference between continued prosperity or a trip back to the Dark Ages.

The Near Impossibility of an All-In-One Relationship

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In long term relationships one size rarely fits all, here’s why…

Making Mistakes Doesn’t Make You Less of a Man

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His grandfather taught him how to be a man. His death left him questioning himself. — I called him “Papa” growing up and idolized him when I was a kid. Not so much during my teenage years—of course, Papa was “unhip and uncool” then. However, sometime in my twenties I regained my senses and a […]

Flip the Script: An Adoption Video

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Several adoptees provide their personal views on adoption and stress the importance of having their voices heard as part of the conversation.

Inspiration Unpacked: What Can 2 Teenage Boys Do About Bullying?

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Bullying makes losers of us all, unless we invest in solidarity. #PinkShirtDay honors how two teenage boys did just that.

Guys, Our Anger is Killing Us—Literally

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Anger is part of life but Tor Constantino shares research that finds it’s also an increasing contributor in our deaths.

Emotional Echoes From The White Room

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When a particular space in a home becomes center stage for learning life’s lessons, it can hold a unique place in one’s personal history.

Don’t Forget Our Boys Need Nurturing Too

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A mother asks that her son be granted the same love, support, and guidance that her daughters are offered in this world.

From A Father’s Diary: Sweet Sixteen and Blood Baths

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The many traumas of a father facing womanhood.

What Potty-Training My Son Taught Me About Myself

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Sometimes it’s our little ones who are teaching us how to live.

Divorce: Then and Now

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Jenny Kanevsky grew up with divorce and is facing one now, but she’s determined to make it different for her sons.

In relationship to my kids, I am humbled at what they have taught me

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One reader connected deeply with a story about what we can learn from children.

9 Things Fatherhood Has Taught Me About Being a Man

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“They don’t want the ‘pretend you have it all together’ version of me, they simply want me. To be present. To be engaged. To be there. To be real.”

Inspiration Unpacked: You Don’t Have to Do it Alone

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Together we stand. And laugh. And love. And learn. And sometimes break down and cry. Together.

5 Choices That Could Make or Break Your Relationship

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Too many relationships end because of bad choices. — In the journey to create freedom in every area of your life, healthy relationships are important. The support of your partner can make or break your dream. Relationships are hard work and an area of our lives that we constantly have to work on. Let’s be […]