Jordan Kozey urges men past their demons into the most healthy practice of all: self-care.
Advice columnist August McLaughlin helps a guy understand his girlfriend’s past history of casual sex.
Shame is so ugly, it’s the least studied human experience. We don’t want to touch, talk, read, or think about it. John Harrison, a licensed counselor, explains why. — A new couple coming to me for counseling greet me at the door to my office for their Monday 11 a.m. appointment. They enter with a […]
Monica Faulkner on how the sex ed system in America perpetuates an idea of shame associated with sex. Not only is this a harmful lens to view sex, but it also continues a cycle of silence for abuse victims.
When dating, we want to feel confident and comfortable no matter what the location. Allana Pratt returns to help us find our flow in the bedroom again.
Counselor Carl shows how healing the wounded child can heal the anxious, depressed, unfulfilled man (or woman).
Kylie Lenton writes on how she REALLY feels about men…
How much better could all marriages be if we look to divorce as a lesson rather than a source of shame?
Men often struggle to make and keep friendships with other men. Though it may require some work, the task is not impossible.
Just in the telling of the abuse, you are honoring the child who still remembers the pain. The confusion. The dread. The fear. And you are connecting with that child within you. Soothing him or her.