Stop and Smell the Roses

How I stopped beating up on myself and started loving me.

A Simple Way to Break a Bad Habit

Can we break bad habits by being more curious about them?

The One Thing About Heartbreak That Almost Kills You

Heartbreak, it turned out, was the only thing that was ever going to fix my broken heart.

What It’s Like To Cry In Front Of A Dozen Other Men

The secret to healing your body is in dropping any judgments that you might have or what you might make this mean about you.

9 Easy And Revealing Ways You Can Become An Inspiring Man

“It is better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.” —   When women chatter away, men use very few words. My Dad use to quote, “It is better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.” I admire the men in […]

Frankenstein or Krampus? What Our Monsters Say About Us

Monsters are much more indicative of the moral and existential challenges faced by societies than the realities that they have encountered.

Gendering Your Way Out of Clear Communication: When the Spectrum Matters

Why do we unnecessarily gender-code our description of basic bad behaviors instead of calling it what it is? This week, Babble of the Sexes finds the right channel.

The Importance of Being Genuine

You know a genuine person when you meet one. But do you know what qualities make a person authentic?

I Am His Reflection In The Mirror

They instantly say, “Oh you look so much like him.” It makes me mad because when they say that. It makes me feel like I am him.

How To Go The Distance: 5 Things Running Has Taught Me

Luis Velasquez on how running made him realize how strong he was.

Do Something for Yourself Today

Aaron Tang says it’s not selfish to live for yourself.

How to Be Kind to Yourself

Sometimes the person you need to forgive the most is yourself.

5 Things Extroverts Can Learn From Introverts

Introverts are known to be very good listeners. Unlike extroverts, who like to talk about everything, introverts prefer to observe and speak only when they have something constructive to add to the conversation.

I Could Have Been an Active Shooter

Fortunately, I never brought a gun to school.

The Purpose of Marriage: 5 Ways to Insure Your Relationship Lasts Forever

Jed Diamond, Ph.D on what his two marriages have taught him – and what you can learn from his mistakes.

Dear Dad: The One With the ‘Me-Time’ Question

When asked if after-school care should be utilized for his children, a reader turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice.