Orin J. Hahn shows why the best way to understand women is to begin communicating.
There’s a stereotype out there that men lose their identities when they get married. Tom Brechlin disagrees.
Was there a moment when you, all of a sudden, could differentiate between you and your child? In a tiny gesture, Bruce Ditman saw the daylight between he and his 7 year old daughter.
This is a comment by Tom B on the comment of the day: “There is a loss of fatherhood as a role for men to aspire to, which is troubling.”
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the post “Ann Romney’s GOP Speech — Caregiving and Parenting as Woman’s Work”.
Men cling to bachelorhood as a defining chapter of their lives, but becoming a husband and father is much more personally defining than being single could ever be, writes Ryan W. Bradley.
This is a comment by Peter von Maidenberg on the post “Society wants dads to ‘step up’, but they are literally stomped down when they do.”
Robert Barsanti reflects on his father, the skier. “Every other role was a costume he wore in order to get into the car and drive north to snow and slopes.”
Dr. Vibe helps us get to know La Shawn Pagán and the journey of making Forced Into Silence.
If you want 50/50 parenting, and are ready in your heart and mind to step up to the large task of co-parenting, then you should go for it.
Jay Snook reviews Cameron Diaz’s ‘Sex Tape’
What do You do When Someone Dominates the Conversation?
You want to keep your relationship intact? Fall in love with your girlfriend, or wife, everyday.
We all know love makes us crazy. Here are five things we shouldn’t do for love and five things we should.
When these guys get a half-make-over, even they’re surprised at how they respond.
It’s never too late to check out old music. Jesse Kornbluth has some suggestions.
When your last resort is your greatest option. Good men are everywhere, but they tend to blend into the background.
Fatherhood: you’re doing it right.
Sometimes men need to call out other men. Here, Keith Olbermann rails against the NFL.
What you don’t know — and what you think you know — can hurt you, says Dr. Brett Osborn.
Charles Orlando calls out the folks who say that some guys are just born cheaters who can’t help themselves.
Thomas Fiffer shares a single, simple pitfall that happy people avoid.
Bob Marrow could not talk about his son’s death for 25 years.