Sometimes, getting ahead means falling behind in your relationship. Steven Lake examines the choice between Lifestyle and Money. Or is it a choice?
Couples therapist Quentin Hafner explores the limits of sacrificial relationships.
Rachel Toalson affirms working dads and stay-at-home dads, dads who brave the grocery store with their kids and cook dinner for their families, dads who create art with their kids and play hide-and-seek with their kids.
Trish Everett asks if you’re silencing your voice for the sake of harmony with your partner. She won’t be mad at you if you say yes.
This clever two-minute video shows you how to reverse your people pleasing and start making yourself a priority.
In the face of his toddler’s rejection, Ty Phillips reminds us of the real reason we meet others’ needs.
Recalling Robert Hayden’s classic poem “Those Winter Sundays,” Philip Clark presents his own remembrance of a father and his sacrifices.
On the occasion of his Dad’s 70th birthday, Aaron Tang’s four lessons about love that he learned from his father.
James Fell says that figuring out whether or not she’s right for you is a lot simpler than most people make it out to be.
Men are often more consumed with what they will sacrifice if they are truly themselves, rather than what they will gain by embracing it fully.
Protecting your “bad driver” partner is one thing. Absorbing the full brunt of each crash is another.
This Mother’s Day, Pete Wilgoren shares what his wife has taught him about life, love, and the pursuit of parenting.
Bob Wire wants you to know that being a parent is ugly, dirty, and harder than it looks. But also that it’s worth it.
GMP joins the nation in celebrating April as The Month of the Military Child