10 Lessons Dads Can Teach Their Kids About Adventure

How do you want you son or daughter to approach the world?

11 Attributes Of Fire ~ A Metaphor For The New Masculine

Fire is the perfect metaphor for what can happen when we step through our fears and step into our purpose.

It’s Time To Share Your Gifts

What if sharing your gifts felt as natural as apple trees giving apples? Theresa Byrne asks you to step into your natural power and do what you were born to do.

If You Want More Energy, You Don’t Need the Force

Matthew Sweet shows shows you how to get more energy by doing less.

How to Be the Kind of Man You Wish You Were Friends With

Because it will help you learn emotional intimacy, avoid social isolation, and deepen the relationships you already have.

Did Video Kill the Intimacy Star?

How intimacy is desperately needed in today’s sexual relationships.

The Death of Nostalgia

Our memories are lies we tell ourselves in order to go on living.

The Queer Cripple and the Body Conundrum

Andrew Morrison-Gurza considers expections and reality when it comes to gay men’s bodies.

What is Your Attachment Style?

There are 4 ways to build connections. Only 1 works.

5 Tips For Maintaining Humanity During an Overnight Stay at the Airport

Humanity Tip #1: Don’t tell fellow travelers you hope they choke on their coffee

Facebook: The End of Loneliness?

Why connecting on the social media site feels like a constant affirmation.

13 Signs The Person Who Loves You Simply Just Gets You

A Gen Y writer talks about how important and powerful chemistry in a relationship is.

My Month Without a Smartphone

Leo Babauta did the unfathomable. He pulled of the unthinkable. He willingly ditched his smartphone.

The Crushing Exhaustion Will Pass

Guard and nurture your love after parenthood.

Hot July

Carl Bosch is in New York City in a summertime swelter, and it’s not fun. And then, suddenly, it is.

Getting Bit By the Overshare Bug: When Social Media Bites Back

Although Rev. Evan Dolive loves social media on the whole, he has come to realize that—especially when it comes to children—less is more.