3 Breakups: an Anatomy of the Devastation (and How to Heal)

After the breakup, the injured need to experience love again and know that they still matter.

What Will the Future Hold for Intimate Relationships? (Call for Submissions)

What will sex, love, and relationships look like for men and women in the future (near or far)?

Husbands, the Power of Negative Attention, and the Big Box of ‘Fs’ No One is Giving

Are men who are “not listening” actually just subconsciously looking for some kind of passionate response in their partners?

How to Be More Assertive When You’re a People-Pleaser

Don’t let who you really are get lost in your ability to communicate.

It’s Not You, It’s Me: When a Man is Not Into You

Jennifer Guinyard LMSW admits that a man lets you know when he’s not into you.

Oh, the Places You’ll Go—When Fear isn’t Holding You Back!

He didn’t let fear get in his way of leading a fulfilling life.

The Bachelorette’s Catalogue of Masculinity: Which Guy Are You?

A “modge-podge” of guys and 26 versions of masculinity— why aren’t you watching?

Getting Back in Shape—Duke Fightmaster Style

Just trick yourself into it—running, yoga, and getting back in shape—just put on your jogging shorts and go.

Our Marriage—the Steam Train

Marriage is that sturdy, long-distance engine in need of constant energy.

I Didn’t Know How Sexist I Was

I need to learn to love from my sisters, from my brothers, from my fellow humanity.

Challenging the Invisible Man

Reflections from a Psychotherapist on Supporting Men to Reach Out to Other Men for Emotional Support.

Her Death is Not a Blessing—and Mental Health Writers Need to Know This

As writers, we have a responsibility to do no harm. Here are some suggestions for how to think about difficult topics.

Read This or My Children Will Starve!

Click-bait, listicles, faux-controversy, and faux-outrage are nothing new, especially in publishing.

‘We Could’ve Gone to McDonald’s!’—Said My Kids Never

Their choices as parents somehow extended to what the kids want at dinner time.

Mental Health Can Sometimes Evoke Feelings of Selfishness

Jennifer Guinyard LMSW says that dealing with a loved one with mental illness can evoke feelings of selfishness.

6 Ways To Stop Taking Things So Personally (Especially When You’re a Person)

It’s not all about you! …Or is it?