5 Tips For Supporting a Friend Who Has Cancer

As an Oncology Nurse Practitioner, cancer has become a normal part of Nancy’s daily life. Here are her tips to help support a friend who has cancer. — It’s hard to turn on the tv, open a magazine or look at your online news browser these days without reading about the latest celebrity to be […]

How To Keep Your Marriage Alive When Having A Bromance

“No we’re not gay! Yes I love him. No, not the same way I love you.” Ever had this conversation? Welcome to Bromance Land.

5 Ways Not To Be A Jerk To Your Friend With A Chronic Disease

You’re capable of treating people with chronic diseases with compassion. Sometimes we all need a little help.

37 Weeks Pregnant – A Letter To My Wife

Frank Prather is a self-identified “badass” with credits as a break-dancer, body-builder, Harley owner, gun-toter, and worst of all – a blogger. Now he is graduating to being a “badass dad.”

Why People Think My Boyfriends And I Are Gay

Jordan Gray thinks it’s strange that people assume he and his male friends are dating, simply because of how they act with each other.

Your Voice

Tom Mallouk writes touchingly of a deceased friend and the small bit of impermanence that remains.

Elegy for a One-Man Greek Chorus

Hayden Saunier remembers a beloved friend in this Greek tragedy of a poem.

How Do You Know If You Have A True Friend?

Bill Cloke lists the qualities of a real friend, and shows us how to hold onto that person.

The Conversation

What begins as a simple nostalgic conversation turns into a much deeper emotional reconnection in RG Evans’s poem of male friendship.

How far will she go? Can your wife be your best friend and should she be?

Steven Lake examines the crazy idea that your wife could be your best fiend . . . I mean friend.

One Man’s Instruction to Another Man Before He Speaks his Wedding Vows

Patrick Finnegan, with words to his friend.

The Rope

Neil Silberblatt remembers a friend, taken before his time, in this quiet slice-of-life.

Getting the Call Someone Died: You Just Have to Go On, Right?

Norbert Brown made a conscious decision not to stop for death. But he’s wondering why.

Confused By Valentine’s Day? Not as Much as This Little Boy

This little boy had never received a valentine from a classmate, and when it happened he had no idea what hit him.

Across the Universe: Dealing With Death as an Atheist

After the sudden, unexpected death of a friend Chris Hicke grapples with what it means to be an atheist.

Everything’s Fine, I Went to a Shrink.

Gregory Jaquet thought his problems were everyone else’s fault but his own. He didn’t need therapy. Why would he?