It turns out that most men have felt insecure about whether they live up to others’ expectation of what it means to be a man.
How do we become OK with ourselves? How do we learn to find contentment and peace? — There isn’t a person amongst us who doesn’t have insecurities — some are just better at dealing with them, or perhaps hiding them. We worry what other people think about us, we worry if we’re good-looking enough, we […]
Kenneth Griffin was afraid to be the dad of a son. He did not think he was up to role modeling what a “real man” is all about. Then he heard from a “real man” who told him differently. Himself.
To flirt or not to flirt? That is the question. Bryan Belenson walks us through the often-grey areas of “harmless” flirting.
We’re not nearly as confident as we pretend to be.
Jordan Gray says that you can massively improve your relationship by signing this contract with your partner. When you read it, you’ll understand why.
It took an exploration of the meaning behind Tool’s “Forty Six & 2” to bring Chris Hicke out of the shadow into the glory of perfect imperfection.
Jordan Gray has a bone to pick with his (non-related) colleague John Gray. Is the vulnerability shaming really necessary?
Himay Zepeda discovered something worse than fighting with his girlfriend, not fighting for anything.
Cameron Conaway on how the email we’re all hating very well could have influenced his behavior.
Men, we have met the enemy, and he is us.
This is a comment by Archy on the post “Why Do Married Men Watch Porn?”
“‘Am I Good Enough?’ is a question rooted in insecurity and ego. The answer is and always should be ‘No’.”
“My wanting Three Geeks and a Redhead says nothing about how I value Moose Tracks.” — comment from Nick, Mostly