Yes, you can make friends with the people at work. Even the ones that annoy you the most.
Kitty Cavalier says men should bring a keen awareness and willingness to play this game of life with partners, kids, even colleagues.
A chronic illness prompts a proposal for an affair, a girlfriend who won’t quit smoking, and a friend who stole a work project.
A guy saying suggestive things in front of her son, a coworker who got mailed pot, and a couple on opposite ends of the political spectrum.
An irritating accent, a coworker constantly staring at cleavage, and a confusion about a friend’s expectations.
Dear John addresses straying eyes, advances from a friend’s ex, and a coworker who stole all the credit.
This week Dear John addresses a student/teacher relationship, an eavesdropping boss, and an old flame.
This week Dear John addresses a boozy colleague, a socially aggressive wife, and meds for chronic depression.
This week Dear John addresses third chances, a homophobic boss, and the sudden appearance of a toupee.
Dear John addresses questions about awkward coworker relationships, dating your sibling’s ex, and spousal spending binges.
Building and nurturing a loving relationship isn’t difficult. What makes it so hard are all the games we play.
Or are we forever linked?
Instead of shaming porn actors and sex workers, Matthew Facciani says we should have open conversations about sexuality and sexual education.
What is the experience of white students when racial issues are being taught in classrooms? Are we missing engaging an essential part of diversity?
It’s time to talk about the “right” way to be gay, or bi, or trans.
What makes a good man? And how can we make that a consistent goal for men to achieve?
Matthew Rozsa loves quotes. And he disagrees with economic conservatives. Here’s where he’s going with that.
How would the world be different if we evaluated our own prejudices?
Christopher Anderson explains that marriage equality is a level playing field, not a slippery slope.
Breakup expert Matt Shumate helps you get your manly mojo back after a split.
He sold everything and hit the road with his wife and one-year-old. He thought he was prepared for what happened next.
The legacy of fatherhood takes root in so many ways. Galit Breen shows us the life inside those lasting influences. — His fatherhood is jokes that we all know the punch line of. It’s perfect ribs[Read More…]
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