How to Choose When There’s No Right Answer

How to Choose by David Goehring

When confronting difficult life decisions, framing choices as right and wrong isn’t always helpful.

3 Divorced Dads Who Get It Right

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Lee Spears on men who have managed to handle child custody, support, and co-parenting with integrity and maturity.

“Rage should always be reconsidered and de-escalated as quickly as possible, and forgiveness should never be taken for granted.”

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This comment by EnterNight on the post Intent vs Impact: Why Your Intentions Don’t Really Matter

Study of Men’s Falling Income Cites Single Parents

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How Do We Reverse the Cycle?

Liberty and Death: What a Man Can Do With a Gun

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Second amendment rights come with limits, including discipline and regulation.

“What they did wasn’t right. They chose to give the child this horrible disease.”

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This is a comment by anonymous on the post “Choosing Thomas: Inside a Family’s Decision to Let Their Son Live, if Only for a Short Time”.