A wife falls apart, a marriage is broken, and a husband tries to pick up the pieces.
We often use metaphors from fighting to get through the struggles of our everyday lives. Here’s one inspiring video that shows why.
Transformations coach Liz Foglesong offers thoughts on how to mend the rift between our unrealistic expectations and our partner’s true beauty.
Rule 1 of how to win a street fight: Avoid the street fight. Rule 2: Know the basics of hand-to-hand survival.
Steve Almond’s reflections on having a baby boy, after a lifetime of trying to deal with aggression.
Bettina Goodwin discusses her marital foundation—how her and her husband are able to cultivate constant harmony with one another.
This is the world we’re giving you, kids. A world in which one or more people will video what’s happening instead of helping.
Christian Pedersen describes two simple steps that separate you from connecting with a partner who is distancing herself.
Dr. Bill Cloke meets a lot of angry couples in his therapy practice, but he’s developed an effective system for resolving conflict without screaming and yelling.
Martial artist, coach, and award-winning war correspondent, Shawn Rhodes shares what he’s learned from his years on the mat.
Fouad Alaa says that since fights are inevitable, couples should find ways to build from them, rather than fall apart.
It’s okay to give someone a piece of your mind. Just make sure it’s an intelligent piece, that actually communicates something.
Marines who fought at the battle for Fallujah are now wondering if they fought in vain. Which prompts Michael Kasdan to seek an answer to the question of what war is really good for.
Are we too gender-biased when it comes to violence, especially domestic violence?
Anti-gay countries are trying to use the UN’s Human Rights Council to exempt themselves from LGBT rights obligations.
People don’t have to be nice. If we can be grateful when they are, we can start being nicer.
Sometimes, we catch our kids in moments of pure, unabashed freedom. This girl’s selfie session is one of those moments.
Emio Tomeoni took this time lapse video to provide “a comprehensive report on the happenings of father and son while mama is away for the afternoon.”
How do you let go of cherished possessions while still holding on to the memories? Leo Babauta has some suggestions.
Inspired by his eight-year-old son’s passion for ‘Mythbusters,’ Thomas Fiffer tackles a major way we hold ourselves back in life.
“Part of it was fear, I was scared of him … Part of it was guilt, because every time we’d have a fight, he would then start crying … “
I wouldn’t have opened Philadelphia’s schools out of concern for students, and to send a message to the state of Pennsylvania.
Alexander Lowe examines the role that religions and faiths could play as uniting, rather than dividing, forces.
Adiba Nelson prays that once her job as a parent is done, God will send her daughter a man who will genuinely love her and see her and not her special needs.
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Cameron Conaway isn’t a car guy, but when he attended Cadillac’s media drive for the 2015 ATS Coupe he felt the pull to become one.
Steven Lake Explores the Effects of Unemployment on Masculinity and Marriage. A Survival Story.
An unexpected note from a stranger convinced a family that baseball can be a magical game.
Brent Almond wonders why our society stigmatizes boys for showing affection to each other and worries that his young son is already feeling the pressure to conform.