A Letter to David Bowie

The man who became an icon has died. As the icon he became lives on in the hearts of his fans, one fan in particular, B.K.Mullen writes a letter.

Too Soon Without His Mama

How does a young boy deal with understanding the death of the most important woman in his life?

I Lost My Dad When I Was Young and it Changed My Life 

Everyone encounters significant, direction-altering days. But in the forty years since, no day since has had more effect on my life than 30 May, 1973.

Popping Pills And Other Normalities

I don’t want to die a miserable death. Who wants that slow, painful death? I don’t want cancer. I don’t want emphysema. I don’t want heart failure. I don’t want COPD.

What’s More Deadly, Hot or Cold Weather?

Believe it or not, more deaths are attributed to colder temperatures than warmer ones.

Oh, Where Did The Time Go?

The new year is the time to commit to slowing down time.

Gay Widowers in Florida Seek Accurate Death Certificates for Deceased Spouses

Many of those gay widowers mourning the loss of their spouse are forced to confront discrimination even in death.

8 Ways to Learn to Live Again After Losing a Loved One

You won’t ever “just get over it,” but you can move through grief into a full life.

Macaroni N Cheese

Sometimes, the secrets we take to our grave are ones we should have shared.

He is Forever our Husband, Father, Cousin, Friend, and More

“I’m angry with a dead man, and I just don’t see the point of that.”

Love Over Fear In Times of War, Violence and Terrorism

Chris and Jon discuss how men can replace their fear with love, which is especially important in a time when the news is filled with stories of war, violence, and terrorism.

Six Things Americans Should Know About Mass Shootings

Let’s set the fear aside and have an honest discussion about the facts.

Call For Submissions: Gender and Loss

The holidays can be as much a time for solemn reflection as they can be for rejoicing.

On Grief & Healing

Rob Gibson and the feeling of perpetual goodbyes.

Uber Cab Confessions: A Five Minute Ride

Offering a sigh where a scream would be more appropriate..

Love over Fear – Understanding the Real War is Within Man’s Heart

A father has a conversation with his daughters about love and hate, life and death, and choices.