Men, Take Pride in Who You Are

Hilary Jacobs Hendel shows you how to cultivate authentic pride and joy in your life.

Poetry as Practice in the Preservation of Life

Creativity can be a support for men when their life starts to fall apart.

How ‘Mad Men’ and Don Draper Helped Us Understand Trauma and Shame

A mental health consultant for the hit AMC series probes the psychology of the flawed protagonist.

How Men Can Find Power in Their Emotions

Crying, uncool? No, it’s actually got some pretty awesome powers.

Rediscovering What it Really Means to be a Man

Open up and stop running away from your emotions.

It’s Okay for Boys to Cry

Why we should raise emotionally healthy men.

Beware of Sickly Thoughts

Learn to be suspicious of thoughts that come to you while exhausted, hungry, and stressed.

Don’t Man Up, Open Up

The story of how a father-in-law taught one man that opening up about his emotions is a manly act.

Strong Men Feel Pain Too

What men were taught to believe makes them tough, can cloud their ability to make important decisions in relationships.

How to End a Fight (on Twitter) Without Spilling Blood

Another person’s background may have led them to different conclusions than your own, but that doesn’t make their opinion less valid.

The Root of Our Dysfunctional Relationships

What happens when we forget the value of community?

40 Things I’d Tell My 20-Year-Old Self About Love

Years of experience have led to some hard learned lessons about love.

Contrary to Popular Belief, You Can’t Choose to Be Happy

Joy is more than happiness. It’s deeper and more complex, purer and more enduring.

How to Help Your Children Navigate a Divorce

Follow these guidelines to ease the pain of your separation.

5 Ways to Escape Falling Prey to the Anger Trap

Avoiding getting caught in this emotion is important for good health, improved social interactions, and increased performance at work.

There’s No Shame in Shame

New research suggests there is an evolutionary benefit to a feeling most would rather not feel—shame.