The Lesson That Made My Marriage Stronger

If you want to have better communication with your partner, learn how they learn.

My Kid Said ‘I Hate You’ and That Means I’m Doing Something Right

My son was pissed that he wasn’t getting what he wanted, and I stood my ground, even when that made him feel, for that moment, the worst sort of frustration. That’s my job, as a parent, to do my best to lead him in the right direction, even when he hates me for it. The fact that we had that exchange meant I was doing something right.

Find Time or Find Someone Else

Nearly everyone is stressed for time and here’s how to avoid having your relationship fall apart because of it.

How My Husband Tempered My Tantrums

Christine Walker shares how her husband’s grace and acceptance brought them trust, and allowed her to let go of her fear and anger.

I Love my Kids, but Sometimes I Can’t Stand Them

Sean Swaby has a serious confession to make

When Others Frustrate You

There’s a way of being that Leo Babauta is trying to cultivate in himself—to let go of wanting others to be a certain way.

Turn Inspiration Into Action

How many times have you read a great article, or had an idea, or wanted to make a change … but then didn’t?

3 Little Tricks to Deal With People Who Offend You

If you just keep letting these offensive people get to you, you’ll always be mad or annoyed. Leo Babauta gives 3 strategies to help you deal.

5 Crippling Phrases Dads Should Never Say to Their Kids

Tor Constantino calls for an end to five phrases many of us heard as children and may use as parents, because these words damage our kids.

7 Lessons Quitting a Job I Hated Taught Me About Life

Stuck in a job he hated, 170 pounds overweight, and dealing with the sudden death of his father, this man learned seven life-changing lessons.

We Shouldn’t Be Dealing With The Gender Pay Gap

Conrad Liveris on why the gender pay gap needs to go, and a clever new video.

Who Needs Peace-Keepers?

How can we deal with life’s frustrations? Vaughan Granier shows us.

Discussing the Cycle of Male Verbal Abuse

He used the same words. He used the same towering posture. This wasn’t about teaching me or guiding me to be a man. This was about control.

The Frustratingly Slow Pace of Making Changes

Many changes take time, and that can be hard to accept. But, it’s the patient who are often most rewarded.

Can Divorce Be an Act of Love? One Man’s Perspective

Love and Divorce are as closely related as Love and Marriage, and both can and should be done well.

A Father And Son Share a Moment After a Football Game

Michael Ellis asked his friend to share the backstory father and son photo that conveyed a powerful mix of frustration, composure, vulnerability and strength.