Justin Ricklefs on children, foster parenting, and crying.
Comment of the Day: ‘You see boys holding back tears with balled fits and a face full of hot air because he wasn’t allowed to cry.’
This comment was by Anthony Brown on the post “Why We Need to Lay Down our Weapons in the Battle of the Sexes.”
Is failure better than not trying? Andrew Books, father of a high school wrestler, shares how losses teach as much, or more than, wins.
Christine Walker, mother of four sons, wonders why, in the depths of our subconscious, are we scared to be too nice to our boys?
When confronted with the reality that his dog was dying only weeks after the loss of his brother-in-law, Brian Gawlak was shocked to learn his three daughters had never seen him cry.
Al Deluise isn’t lactose intolerant and didn’t drop his cone. The reason he’s crying over ice cream is actually a bit complicated.
Your words have the power to draw your relationship closer together or tear it apart. — “I need my space.” However many times have you said that? Does this work? Over the years, I’m sure being together has been quite a journey. You’re used to each others idioms and quirks. You know when to back […]
This comment is by El Bearsidente on the post Heart-Wrenching Photo of Doctor Crying Goes Viral. Here’s Why.
Matthew Rozsa explores an unusual aspect of the question: Why aren’t men supposed to cry? ___ A funny thing happened on the way to my thirties: I’ve started crying again. This would normally be the part of the editorial in which I’d denounce our culture’s inability to differentiate between masculinity and mindless machismo, followed by a […]