A humble toast: Scott Behson celebrates 10 years of marriage.
Fourteen dads make a wish list for Father’s Day that ranges from the fantastic to the absurd. Sadly, no one wants a necktie.
In its June 4th “Room For Debate“, the New York Times insulted fathers by questioning their purpose, role and potential contribution to families. Scott Behson’s rebuttal to the question and commentary on the contributors’ writings.
They say the best thing for a family with children is a stable schedule and routine. But what to do when one parent is an actor?
Author Bruce Fabricant reminisces on his Little League play, while lamenting youth sports culture of today.
Not sure how to succeed in the single life? James Michael Sama has a few tips for you.
Using the challenging yet intensely musical ghazal form, Scott Wiggerman takes us inside the mind of a man questioning his relationship.
It might be useful to make an actual list. Then it might be useful to get rid of everything not on the list.
You’ve been there… you probably know it well.
Will it ever be safe to be an ethnic minority in a big US city or are we doomed to senseless police brutality for decades to come?
Singer and songwriter Ric Elias was in seat 1D on the U.S. Airways plane that belly-flopped into the Hudson. As the moment of truth approached, he remembered his most important job in life.
Zat Baraka learned the hard way that men often have no clue how to respectfully interact with women about their menstrual cycles.
Multi-tasking can lead to doing everything but what you intended. So how about single-tasking?
“If you can create a teamwork attitude towards meeting your common needs, there is the potential to strengthen your connection and save your relationship,” explains psychologist Sandy Peace.
Doyin Richards discusses his evolving life, his plans for the future, and shows us just how amazing and important change can be.
Report suggests ages 13-24 are higher risk periods for HIV infections
Charles Orlando calls out the folks who say that some guys are just born cheaters who can’t help themselves.
Thomas Fiffer shares a single, simple pitfall that happy people avoid.
Bob Marrow could not talk about his son’s death for 25 years.