TomSka tells you everything you need to know about puberty in 7 minutes.
Stephen Scott Whitaker raises the uncomfortable yet important subject of one’s children’s burgeoning sexuality.
David’s mom advocated for him, because puberty is painful enough without a prescription drug monkey on your back.
Deborah Goldstein shares a conversation between her and her son, Levi, about the changes our bodies go through.
Brian Gawlak missed almost every major milestone in his young daughter’s life, but, one day, unexpectedly found himself facing the one big milestone that he wasn’t sure he was ready for…
There’s nothing quite like a good short poem to punch you in the gut. Joshua Wood’s piece does just that.
Puberty can be confusing for boys, despite what they’re taught in school health classes. Wellcast has some solid, practical advice for soon-to-be men.
After our sons grow past the superhero phase, are we having conversations to help them with their new identity or leaving them alone to figure it out?
Raising Boys Editor, Marie Roker-Jones is calling on guys, 14-17 years old, to talk about what it means to be a teen in the 21st Century.
Sometimes it’s good to be wrong: A call for submissions from Aly Windsor, the new editor of our ‘Raising Boys’ section.
Being involved in your child’s education is imperative for their success.
Giving great advice that actually gets followed requires you to go beyond just your expertise. You have to have a deep understanding and attention to the psychological and social factors that affect success.
Alex Yarde reviews an epic retelling of Julius Cesar featuring lesbian female characters!
“After 14 yrs of marriage, my wife died. Why is it that I can’t come back to life?” Allana Pratt Intimacy Expert lends compassion and hope…
Our clothing becomes a way of identifying ourselves, so can we change our identity by cleaning out the closet?
Reverse racism doesn’t exist. Here’s why.
If you don’t like the career you’ve chosen, then why are you wasting your years–that you’ll never get back–for an elusive dream that may never arrive?
It’s time to stop telling ourselves the lies we’ve believed since childhood, for our own mental health and for our kids.
Andrew Smiler considers several reasons why violent people are more likely to be male than female.
Aaron Saufley explores the intricacies and true meanings of conversations with his ‘tweenage’ daughter.
If we want fathers to be active participants in the lives of their children, we need to include them in the conversations leading up to that child’s birth.
Single dad John McElhenny’s rebirth or collapse has often coincided with the first few weeks of back-to-school.
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.