“Shouldn’t a Gentleman be Primarily Concerned with Doing the Right Thing?”


This comment by John Anderson on the post Return of the Gentleman

The Giver and the Price of Being Human


The Giver is not just another movie based on a book for teens; it is an adaptation of a powerful story about the cost of living, a story that is experienced by everyone.

Five Differences Between a Grown Man and a Mature Man


On his journey to adulthood, Matthew Branch has sorted through what it takes to be not just grown, but also mature.

Will You Ever Grow-Up?: 7 Marks of Maturity

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Leadership expert, Dr. Tim Elmore, discusses the challenges of growing up in a culture that overwhelms and delays the process of becoming a mature man.

How Denying Teenage Sexuality Feeds Rape Culture


The more we pretend that teenagers aren’t horny, the more dangerous it is.

Seriously, Why Do We Marry?


No. Really. The real reason. Not the one we keep hearing about. We should talk instead about the one we actually know is true.

Facebook Etiquette For Divorcees


The issues created when ex-spouses bad-mouth one another on social networking sites.

10 Tips: Divorce For Grownups


A straightforward plan to heal from a divorce.

When Two Worlds Collide

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Mickey Fuertes learns how to walk the fine line between who he was before he had kids and who he is now as a father.

The Generational Mold: Changing And Breaking It


We grow to fill the molds that are made for us… so how can we change them?

Building More Intimacy: Handling Conflict Like a Man


Steve Horsmon explains how to be a prize-winning communicator in a relationship.

This Is Not A Pipe: Why I Stopped Tearing Up the American Flag


If that’s what it takes to pay the bills, an older and wiser Jim Jividen will kiss any flag that’s placed in front of him.

Fuzzy Bunny’s Guide To You-Know-What

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Steve Coruzzi’s sex education was woefully incomplete.

Stop Waiting for Things to Get Better

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Face it: Oprah’s not calling, and not much will change in your life without taking different action.

Puberty: 3/16

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Like puberty isn’t bad enough, but some people have to go and write about it.

Failure Is An Option

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Kids need to be able to fail in order to learn how to succeed.