The Difficulty and the Gift I Carry Toward Death

I don’t always like the way you do things or how you treat me, and I want us to talk with candor about our feelings.

The Writer Meets His Father

Will people look for me in the rafters too?

The Pain I Feel Each Year on Father’s Day

He is always in my heart. I will always love him forever…

How do I Mourn the Death of a Father I Wasn’t Close to?

Matt Sweetwood vowed to be a different kind of dad than the one he had. He succeeded. When he lost his father, the new dad had to find a way to say goodbye to the old. Here are the feelings he has and what he has to say.

Through a Keyhole

Cabot O’Callaghan goes back in time to wrestle with memories of his mother.

5 Lessons She Learned When She Lost a Good Man

In the three weeks between his cancer diagnosis and his quiet passing, Alison Tedford had the opportunity to reflect on her Papa, his character, and the many things that he taught her.

6 Reasons Some Divorced Dads Check Out Of Their Children’s Lives

Let’s take a look at some of the main reasons fathers abandon children after divorce.

It’s OK to Grieve

“Good grief” isn’t an oxymoron. It can bring you a whole new perspective.

How Men Can Help Cope with Infertility on Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day can be the worst for men and women who deal with infertility.

Where in the Facebook is My Friend?

One man searches desperately for a reconnection with his childhood friend.

How Do We Grieve as Men Today?

Chris Davies lost a man who made a difference in his life. Here’s how he honored him.

Katonah takes Solace in Faith

The fact that this dog’s loyalty just won’t quit strikes Rich Monetti’s heart.

Making Your Life Suck Proof and Beyond, The Roman Way

Reflections From the Son of a Stoic on the Possibility of Loving Every Moment of Your Life

The Man Who Sought Asylum

Home is just one of the things a refugee loses in David Bergman’s moving poem.

The Symmetry of Touching Hands: A Man’s Reflection on Birth and Death

Hands are there to welcome us into the world, and to signal our exit.

Comedy in Afghanistan – It’s Hard to Laugh in the Face of Death

But sometimes the hard things are also the necessary things.