Talent Is More Important Than Morals

Terrible behavior and scandals continue to make headlines…then are quickly overlooked when someone is talented.

On the Value of a Moral Mentor

How a coach became the mentor of a lifetime.

Why Robots Need to Be Able to Say ‘No’

Robot reasoning is not as simple as you think.

Do You Want to be Whole or Do You Want to be ‘Perfect’

What men should be focusing on instead of trying to achieve the unachievable.

Porn is not the Reason Your Marriage is Failing

How healthy is your sex life?

The Difference Between Shame and Guilt

One prompts personal growth, the other destroys personal identity. Do you know which is which?

Why Being ‘Spiritual’ Doesn’t Mean Sacrificing Masculinity

It turns out, being spiritual is a very desirable trait that goes hand in hand with masculinity.

How to Deal With a Toxic Ex (and Protect Your Kids)

Does your ex badmouth you to your kids?

Now This is the Graceful Way to End a Toxic Friendship

Daniel Dowling had a friend whose influence became toxic. Here’s what he wrote when he had to say goodbye.

How I Practice Being Brave With My 10-Year-Old Daughter

Teaching your child to be brave is terrifying; but the lessons they learn will be priceless.

Beyond Politics: Disability, Donald Trump and a Picture of America

How has Donald Trump changed the picture of America? Erin Kelly offers her thoughts on his mockery of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski.

A Dysfunctional America

America, this is our time. This can be our finest hour. This is a call to unite, regardless of race, political ideology, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs.

It’s Not My Problem

No four words in the English language are more potentially damaging than “it’s not my problem.”

A Culture of Cheating at the University?

What does the prevalence of cheating say about our society?

Why Being a Man Means I’m Part of the Problem

Just by my maleness, it’s sensible to assume that I might be dangerous, and I can’t diffuse that.

A Dad Remembers the Day His Parents Put Their Foot Down and Now He’s Glad

Brian Anderson had different values when he was a teen wanting to buy a certain CD. Now he is glad his parents said no and looks at the ideals he might have embraced.