How I Learned the 4 Keys of Friendship

How I Learned by Ken Banks

Patrick Sallee learned how to be a great friend from a friend he’s sadly about to lose.

I’m Not Ready to Do What I Must Do

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Sometimes we’re not ready because it’s just not the right time. And sometimes we’re just scared and playing small. Here’s how to know the difference.

Why You Need to Cheer for Your Kids

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Children need direction and discipline for optimal development, but Mike Berry believes encouragement is a parent’s most important job.

4 Things Every Kid Needs to Hear From Their Father

4 Things by Phil Galdys

Mike Berry is raising strong, confident kids. Here’s what he’s telling them.

Where the Ego Belongs in Your Relationships

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How do we encourage others to grow and reach the potential we see in them? We lead the way by accepting their loving words of encouragement.

10 Ways to Be—and Have—a More Supportive Partner

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Invincible Victoria thinks we should look at ourselves closely when we feel our partner isn’t giving enough.

Please Just Tell Me It’s Going to Be OK

Please Just Tell by Steven K

Ty Phillips learns what he needs—what we all need—by being there for his daughter.

How Slut-Shaming Hurts Men

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Jordan Gray says that slut-shaming is too engrained in society to go away overnight, but you can do your part to not feed into it.

Are Your Words Making You Sick?

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Do you speak to your body in ways that will enhance your health?

Jim Carrey’s Wonderful Advice to Dreamers

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This excerpt from Jim Carrey’s speech to graduates might be the best encouragement to follow your dreams you’ll ever hear.

How to Have Flat Abs, Better Sex and Rule the World in 8 Easy Steps

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The covers of most men’s and women’s magazines have similar headlines: get great abs and have amazing sex.

The Male Straitjacket

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Mark Radcliffe tears up the myth of male independence.

Maybe Old Dad Wasn’t All Bad

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Should loving fathers come on a little stronger about their sons’ grades?