Mark Greene talks about the ways in which shame kills men’s courage for living and loving.
Dameyon Bonson argues that, despite the popular stereotype, men do talk about their emotions, fears, and anxieties, but oftentimes, they just aren’t heard.
For some people, emotional maturity may occur faster than others. Joe Rutland ponders the question of whether emotions and feelings really do matter in life.
Ever wonder why it’s so easy to give advice to others, but not so much to yourself? Sanah Faroke divulges her ideas behind why this is true.
In life, we can often get caught up the motions and forget what we’re doing. Josh Eferighe offers us two answers as to how to fix this.
Jordan Gray discovered some pretty interesting things while studying attraction and human sexuality for the past decade.
Jordan Gray says that in order to be a man, you must first decide on your own personal ideals of masculinity.
“When we face our emotions, we can learn what they are trying to tell us about what we need and value,” writes psychologist Sandy Peace.
Alejandro Flores was an insulting and emotionally abusive partner to the person he most loved. He reflects back on the darkness of those times, and on the light ahead.
It’s much easier to just shun a beautiful notion such as love, than to accept our own faults and build the courage to give it another go.
This father explains to his son why he’s not signing him up for little league and offers some sage advice to parents about expectations and their children. — Dear Andrew, I owe you an apology.[Read More...]
Ellen DeGeneres sent her young friend Noah Ritter, also known as the “apparently” kid, to the Walking With Dinosaurs show. His encounter was nothing short of hilarious.
As protests clog the streets, Beijing’s reliance on a peaceful financial hub in HK becomes ever clearer.
Sean Melia on why you should check out these wow-worthy athletes.
Just for fun—a dog who has the best job in the world. He returns passengers lost items at the airport, and gets showered with hugs and attention in return.
Shane Koyczan nails it once again. Relationships, messy and soft and perplexing and beautiful. A first kiss that tastes like pepper. Love like a nuclear power plant plugged into the sun. And stating the obvious.
Jesse Kornbluth investigates this powerful children’s book.
Stevie Johnson stays sassy on twitter.
Author and co-dependence expert Robert Burney says we have a choice about who we fall in love with.
We all want more beauty. Adrian Millar offers 30 surprisingly simple ways to bring more beauty into our everyday lives.
“Doctor” Dave Kanegis offers an innovative Rx for finding your ideal mate.
We grew up with Derek Jeter; his retirement is the end of an era in our lives.
Do you love sports? Would your dream be to write about sports and get your stories in front of millions of people a month? Read on.
Brandon Billinger recently realized that he hasn’t been completely honest with his son and hopes that his little white lies aren’t sending a bad message.
Tony Posnanski doesn’t think he’s romantic. You might disagree.
You expect to find declarations of love and heartbreak in books and poems… But what about on the bathroom wall, the freeway overpass or the cracked concrete?