I Walked 1,400 Miles After My Son Died and Finally Forgave Myself

Barry Adkins walked 1,400 miles to speak in different schools about his loss of a son due to binge drinking. But the walk itself showed him so much – forgiveness, grief, and moving forward.

In Modern Relationships, We Cheat Every Single Day

This type of cheating causes much more damage than that of any sexual affair.

The Political Theology of Climate Denial

We have long since answered the question over whether humanity is responsible for climate change, and now we need to figure out how to fix the damage we have wrought.

How Revenge Site ShesAHomeWrecker.com is Bad For Men AND Women

At what time is somebody allowed to move past their indiscretions and live a normal, happy life? Turns out revenge isn’t so sweet.

5 Crippling Phrases Dads Should Never Say to Their Kids

Tor Constantino calls for an end to five phrases many of us heard as children and may use as parents, because these words damage our kids.

Confronting the Devil on Your Shoulder

To find the way past the scars of emotional abuse, Thomas Pluck goes back to the beginning.

UPDATE: New Photos! NYC Today 4 PM – Huge Crane Collapsing, Dangling Above 57th Street. (Photo)

Photo of collapsing crane (Breaking News 4PM EST, NYC)

“Withholding sex as a weapon IS abuse.”

This is a comment by Archy on the post “Withholding Sex is Not a Joke”.

Ending Homophobia, One Brother at a Time

The key to ending homophobia might be to open the conversation and create safe spaces.

“Forgiveness is not a verb, but a place that one gradually arrives at after internal work.”

This is a comment by Drew on the post “Why Forgiving Others Makes Life Better For You”.

Strange Freedom

In quitting a job, Rick Belden finds a strange new sensation: freedom.

“If a man chooses to engage in porn over a relationship, why is that a problem? Porn use has broken relationships, but no one is owed a relationship.”

This is a comment by John Anderson on the post “The Single Biggest Obstacle Facing Boys and Men Today”.

Punch Me in the Face: The Sobering Confessions of a Man

Why does it seem like manliness hinges on being able to physically dominate each other?