Divorce doesn’t change who you are. It changes how you experience yourself and your life every single day thereafter.
It starts with gratitude. Today, and every day after.
While in France this summer, Bill Eddy took a quiet moment to reflect on racial tension in the U.S., not knowing just how synchronous a location he was feeling inspired by.
Who belongs in the drivers’ seat in the on-road battle of the sexes?
For two hours each week, a group of middle-aged men get away from the grind & recapture the best feelings of their varsity days.
My father was a couch potato. My husband makes the whipped potatoes.
Arianna Jeret sings Mo(vember) praises as men discover their deeply hidden love of cats.
Bill Eddy explains the terms related to High Conflict People and their disputes, and how to use them in a positive, practical way.
Anna Rosenblum Palmer wonders how to answer her son when he asks, “Why don’t I have any men as teachers?”
This covert victim-blaming further damages self-esteem & gifts abusers with an excuse for the inexcusable.
Therapist Dwight Hurst explores how 007 has ventured beyond the realm of tired stereotypes, and not necessarily for the better.
How one husband-to-be took Beyonce’s challenge to heart — and raised the bar.