Katie Vessel uses the metaphor of falling to develop a philosophy of resilience.
For Cabot O’Callaghan and his long-distance lover, time together tastes bittersweet—and always flies too fast.
Cabot O’Callaghan captures that moment when the tidal wave of life takes you under, and you surface, grateful to be alive.
For Thomas Fiffer, a misty morning drive brings back memories of heartbreak and summons a vision for the future.
In a down moment, Ty Phillips wonders if enlightenment is the antidote to sadness or a way to recognize its value and integrate it into our lives.
The holidays are a time when we are expected to be social and connected—which is exactly what can make it such a lonely experience. Bryan Reeves has learned to welcome the loneliness.
While parenting is great, Tor Constantino shares an underlying sadness that all loving parents ultimately face.
“He wasn’t a perfect man, by any means, but none of us are and just as our good cannot wipe out our faults, neither can our evils wipe out the small kindnesses that mean so much,” writes N.C. Harrison.
As the world struggled to make sense of Robin Williams suicide, a friend asked stand-up comedian Kermet Apio if it’s true that comedians are sad people. This was his answer.
A thank you for reading from Better Man Blueprint founder Erik Kruger.
Reconnection, testimony…boring? These are just some of the ways to describe men’s healing, and Rick Goodwin shows us how.
If you’re uncomfortable being assertive you might need to rethink what assertive really looks like.
Helen Wing’s poem is bleak, but probably accurate.
I don’t care if gays get married or not. I care if we can look indiscriminately with eyes of love on everyone.
In the film “Help!”, The Beatles subverted traditional symbols of masculinity and showcased the social changes men saw in the 1960s.
We aren’t dumb. We know bad guys are heartbreakers and cheaters. So why do we let the good guys finish last?
A sense of elevation can cleanse the mind. Neil Hill gives us a concise word seed for thought.
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Try as they might to hide it, I can see the disappointed looks on people’s faces as they say they were hoping for a girl.
A sacred masculinity rests with those who risk the open-hearted vulnerability of being relational, feeling, and interconnected.
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