Women are the victims, and men are the aggressors. At least that’s how the story is usually told. But men can be victims too.
The Good Men Project is the only large-scale international conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century. There are plenty of ways to join in.
Exploring imagination, triggers, criticism and habit, Paulette Bibeau discovers the power of thought to affect her relationship.
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There is a language in the beverage and the men we share it with.
Embed from Getty Images This comment was made by DJ on the post “Why I’m Not Afraid to Admit I Love my Man Friends” by Jonathan Veith. — I have three friends that have been friends since we were 9 years old, and I can affirm every world you’ve written here. Not a one of them have not […]
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When was the last time a self-help book bought you a drink and let you vent about your job … and ex-spouse? Yup, that’s what I thought.
One teen shares why she loves words.
In the wake of the #SanBernardino shootings, Benjamin Mullen struggles to find the words to talk to his daughter about how to remain safe. But he knows he must try.