Hard times empower you to be a better version of yourself.
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Melissa Thomas explains how she and her husband paid off over $43,000 in debt to pursue her dream of meeting Elton John.
“Stuart spotted me the minute I stepped onto the schoolyard.”
Winning Wisconsin won’t fix Bernie Sanders’ superdelegate problem.
Every now and then an injury is really a wake up call.
Jordan Gray says these three simple questions are pure magic when it comes to changing how you and your partner fight.
What does it take for a man to ask for help when his relationship needs support? A lot apparently.
Comment of the Day: “Being assertive means you stand your ground, but recognize and respect the boundaries of others.”
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She taught him lessons that made him a better husband and man. — It is hard to believe my wife and I have almost been married for twenty years. Over this time, I have learned a lot from her. Much of what I have learned has helped me become a better person and helped my […]
If men are supposed to be fearless, what do we do when we’re afraid?
Philip Clark recalls a combative father, and the unintended lessons he learned about men and love.
Looking over his relationships, Steven Lake distills the elements that encourage lasting success. And it isn’t alcohol.
The fight was canceled once because of performance enhancing drugs. Though it will finally occur, does the past-their-prime Mayweather v Pacquiao fight represent another loss to PEDs?