Hope Never Comes From a Leprechaun

Some days we feel like someone who was tricked by a leprechaun into taking fool’s gold, only to find ourselves with an empty black pot.

Forget Masculinity

Dr. Jordan Paul is through with the concept of “masculinity”. He feels that throwing off the yoke of trying to live up to what we’re supposed to be opens up the way forward to greater self-esteem and more fulfilling relationships. Here is how.

It is Harvey Milk Day — Honoring the Man

Today is Harvey Milk Day. We must not forget his contribution to not just LGBT people but for all those who believe in human rights.

The Hidden Traps When Manipulating Fear, Hate and Hope

You don’t have to be a Sith Lord to misuse the power of fear in your marketing. But you must embrace ownership of the consequences.

My Dad is Dying. How Do I Find the Words?

Torsten Klaus asks “How the fuck do I say good bye to my dying Dad? We haven’t spoken much in the last years.” Here is how.

A Christian Dad Asks “What’s to Gain From an Argument?”

Kenny Vaughan examines the process of arguments and how his principles guide him through.

For the Dad of a Baby With a Rare Congenital Heart Defect, the Word “Perfect” Takes on New Meaning

Shortly after his wife gave birth to their first child, Abigail, Rob Hart learned that Abby has been born with a very rare heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot. The defect requires multiple open heart surgeries while Abby is still an infant. Here is one dad’s story.

How Do You Keep It All in Perspective? (Call for Submissions)

How do you keep it all together? What are your tried and true secrets?

As a Man Faces His Lost Innocence, He Discovers the Simple Indisputable Key to Healing: He Has to Want It

A man discovers his path from darkness through a combination of resolve and desire. Here is how he silences his ghosts.

Meatloaf for the Soul

We don’t age alone. This can be both a comfort and a wake up call.

The Life of a Bipolar Dad

Yesterday Kevin Hall shared about his challenge with Cancer. That was nothing compared to dealing with his bipolar disorder. He tells us why.

One Dad’s Lucky Streak — He Got Cancer Twice

What? Lucky to get testicular cancer? Kevin A. Hall takes us along through the pain and perspectives of surviving cancer not just once but twice.

7 Ways That Men Can Save World (for All Time)

There’s still time left to save the world, and it’s all up to you.

4 Keys to Surviving Life’s Ugly Seasons

Here’s how to navigate through difficult times.

Getting Better: Exposure Work with Disclosing a Diagnosis

Steve Colori reflects on a conversation with his doctor, and how it weaved into the plan to disclose his diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder to the outside world.

How to Get Out of Bed and Face Another Day When You Just Want to Quit

Advice from Mike Berry on finding hope when parenting feels hopeless.