After his friend lost an unspeakably hard battle with cancer, Jeff Friedman wants to share what he learned from his friend and colleague, Mike Connell.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the term “brains trust” and why we need to bring it back… because everyone needs their personal brains trust!
Do opposite sex friendships really exist, or are they just relationships in waiting (or in secret)?
Sports talk is more than just a way to break the ice. It helps guys stay connected to each other.
Should your partner be your BFF? Elli Purtell boldly argues “no way” as she proclaims to the world “my husband isn’t my best friend.”
Gay, bisexual, pansexual, questioning, single, in any sort of relationship, we’re looking for you.
We form our deepest connections only when we expose our vulnerabilities.
Patrick Sallee learned how to be a great friend from a friend he’s sadly about to lose.
When his daughter had a brain tumor and he struggled to make sense of life, Joe Rodriguez found out who his true friends were. — Growing up, I considered everyone that surrounded me to be my best friend. During the years, my list of friends diminished greatly. People I’ve known for 20 years were being […]
Being shifted from one place to another, I never had the luxury of having the same set of friends all through my little journey of passion-crazy life. The consequences had their negatives and positives.
“A lot of life is missed from the sidelines, waiting for the right time, the right opportunity, the right person. Be brave.”
Pack your coolers, and go! Guys Weekends are an important time for decompression you just can’t get in regular life.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the millennial generation’s habit of freezing people out… and whether the practice of holding grudges offers any benefits.