The Wrong Way to Ask for a Divorce

The Wrong Way by Dennis Skley

Ending a marriage is never easy, but it doesn’t have to be cruel.

Washing the Feet of the Homeless

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Teaching our children to be humble by role modeling selfless service.

What Women Need to Know About Male Enlightenment

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Stacy Mackey talks male enlightenment, connection to Source and what it all means for the modern day woman. Hint: it starts and ends with compassion.

How To Increase Sexual Desire For Your Partner

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Jordan Gray gives you seven unique ways to boost your libido and keep your relationship red hot.

12 Lessons Learned In 12 Years Of Marriage

12 things 12 years marriage

“We were young, in love, and ready for marriage when we said ‘yes’ in our early twenties. But that doesn’t necessarily mean we were prepared.”

Please Just Tell Me It’s Going to Be OK

Please Just Tell by Steven K

Ty Phillips learns what he needs—what we all need—by being there for his daughter.

I Don’t Know Your Monkey

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While empathy is primarily intellectual, compassion is based in a desire to help.

Shedding the Role of The Father

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To role model true compassion, we need to give up ownership of our children.

How Leadership Can Save Your Love

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It’s easy to let relationship drama threaten your love, here’s how a leadership perspective can save it.

6 Ways ‘Tough Guys’ Are Actually Weak

6 Ways Tough Guys by Traj

Thomas Fiffer redefines strength by finding the weakness in “tough guy” masculinity.

Be Prepared to Receive Something Special

Understanding My Mother by Cabot OCallaghan

When Cabot O’Callaghan befriended a young woman with borderline personality disorder, he wasn’t ready for the wisdom he’d receive.

Are You Raising Compassionate Boys?

Are You Raising by Gordon

When Jenny Kanevsky’s sons offered her comfort during an illness, she realized she and her husband had instilled compassion. Here’s how they did it.

Machiavellian Compassion

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What measure knows the weight of compassion for a man?

Comment of the Day: “I am an officer at a prison where macho is important.”

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This comment was by Tom and originally appeared on the post “Why People Think My Boyfriends and I Are Gay”.

A Few Well-Timed Words on Giving

A few well timed by Kim Alaniz

Many people find the pressure of the giving season overwhelming. Thomas Fiffer offers a balanced perspective on generosity.

You Can Let Go Any Time You Want

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Jordan Gray says that you can let go of anger, hurt, resentment, betrayal, and pain that others have caused you… if you choose to.