Like many great poems, Mike Crossley’s piece about a father’s playful challenge to his son can be understood in many ways.
Shaky Shergill talks about how he discovered one of the most important practices for emotional well-being.
A proposition leaves a young man feeling conflicted, regretful.
The heart of a man is laid out in Carlton Fisher’s visionary poem of death, dreams, and regret. A must-read for anyone who ever ponders missed opportunities.
What Do We Do With Regret
Leo Babauta talks about why we have regret, how we can get past it, and agrees, it’s not as easy as it sounds.
Mike Fiorito dreams of his father, and all he wants to say to him
Dr. Stephen Petteruti explains the brain science behind the emotional downside of the male refractory period.
A humbled man gives epic advice to other men, on how to really love a wife.
Yael Kaufman on handling the loss of relationships
Safety Not Guaranteed mixes deadpan comedy, love, and scifi to look at how our past can cast a shadow on our present, but only as much as we allow.
George Davis once wrecked his life. And he shares what he has learned about the way to climb out of the wreckage.
How the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Who taught Anthony Doubek about regret.