3 Ways to Help Our Children Find Beauty in the World

When bad things are happening around us, we can teach our children how to focus on what is good.

The Cyclic Effect

Does thinking happier thoughts make you live longer? Check out the interesting science here.

The Addictive Pleasure of Being Right

The satisfaction of saying ‘I told you so’ can damage your relationship.

An Open Letter to My Husband

Thank you for loving me.

Comment of the Day: ‘I need to look at how I talk to my husband’

It is easy to pass our frustrations and fears onto others and takes work to break that way of thinking.

Father Knows Best: What 21st Century Men Can Learn From 1950s TV

Elliott Katz believes if dads ‘go back in time’ with their family dynamic, they will have a better future with their kids.

When I Was a Boy

Ah, the sweet memories of boyhood—playing kerb ball and muck ball and getting your first color TV.

Comment of the Day: ‘People hang onto privilege because they don’t love themselves’

We don’t live in Blackland or Whiteland.

I’m Proud to be a Turbaned Man

The Sikh turban is steeped in symbolism but its wearers have also been a target of racism.

3 Innovative Entrepreneurs Are Serving Simplicity to the Masses

What does this social entrepreneur, real estate investor, and author have in common? They are serving simplicity! Who’s hungry?

Is This Blocking Your Creativity?

When we have something inside that’s gnawing at us, some weakness or wound or difficulty, and we don’t address it somehow, our creative expression suffers.

When Your Fourth Grade Son is Called ‘Gay’

What do loving and supportive parents do when their courageous boy faces the challenge of navigating the heartache of societal judgment.

14 False Beliefs Men Need to Get Beyond: Sexual Needs and the Sex Routine

Nothing limits our ability to love and be loved, and to find joy and fulfillment more than the beliefs that disconnect us from our hearts. And, nowhere do these beliefs cause more limitations than in our sex lives. Dr. Jordan Paul releases us from these false beliefs in this weekly series.

Why You Should Never Point a Finger at Someone

Face it. No one is perfect. There may even be some shared blame, but you CAN move past it.

Your Deaf Kids and the Dinner Table

For hearing parents of deaf children, who have not learned to sign.

A Boy and His Bike

The freedom to go exploring on a bike can be the beginning of a young boy’s independence.