I don’t have to act. I can just sit.
Ray Jennings redefines what we should look for in a life partner.
You could be clear on what you’re looking for in a partner, but unable to make it work because the person isn’t. Sometimes, you’re exactly who he or she needs, but not what he or she wants.
Matthew Lippman considers the needs, desires, and experiences of a broad range of men in this searching poem.
It took Myke Macapinlac getting (and losing) his girlfriend to make him realize what was at the root of his needy behaviour.
Don’t worry about others, do you.
When you subtract the desire, you can subtract possessions, and leave your mind, heart, and life free. Then the possibilities are endless.
Steven Lake realizes the more he learns about his partner, the more he learns about himself.
Graham Phoenix explores the difference between loneliness and aloneness, and discovers how dependency can destroy a relationship.
A committed relationship allows for sexual transformation.
Vaughan Granier discusses manipulation in the workplace.
“Our society expects a man to succeed or fail on his own merit alone, and if a man does not succeed, we cast him aside.”
This is a comment by Jonathan G on the post “Young Men Committing Violence: How Have We Failed Our Boys?”