An Ex-Marine Father’s Touching Response To His Son’s Coming Out Letter

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Sometimes the hardest part of coming out out is the waiting for, “What now?”. Jack Freedman shares what happened when he told his tough, ex-marine father.

One Thing You Need to Know Before Taking Your Dreams Public

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Afraid to share what you really want to do with your life? Steve O’Neill has a way to get past that.

” Don’t expect a guy to be your girlfriend…”

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How To Listen So That Men Will Keep Talking

Everything You Need to Know About Being a Good Guy You Learned in the Sandbox

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James Stafford learned the secret to being a good citizen as a little boy. You probably did, too.

This 14-Year-Old Boy’s Mission Is To Help Kids Everywhere Play The Game Of Soccer (Video)

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An American teenager wants to change the world with his two passions, soccer and giving.

Loving a Good Man

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Looking back on relationships, good and bad, Cindy Gericke has a found her list of ways to love a good man.

15 Things I Love About You

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Looking for something better than chocolates and roses to give your partner for Valentine’s Day? Jennifer Gunsaullus has an idea for you.

“When a guy finds a safe place to talk without judgment, the floodgates open.”

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Great article, Aaron. I LOVE the last two sentences. As we’ve talked about, with many men it takes a gut wrenching, 2×4 club to the stomach sort of epiphany to want to talk. When my clients reach this point of pain, hunger, or fear…they finally call. When a guy finds a safe place to talk without judgment, the flood gates open. Sometimes it’s way too late. Even then it doesn’t matter. He needs to work on being better at his NEXT relationship.
Then he has to decide if he actually going to DO anything different. If nothing changes – nothing changes.
Title: When a guy finds a safe place to talk without judgment, the floodgates open.

Facebook and Photos: To Share or Not to Share

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Matt Brennan believes there’s a fine line between adorable and dangerous and suggests parents think twice before posting THAT picture of the kids on Facebook.

Help, You Need Someone: The Real Secret to Networking

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As Ken Goldstein points out, “networking is so bizarrely misunderstood, it boggles my mind.” He explains how to make it work for the long-term. (Hint: if you have to use the words “Hope you are well” in an email, you are already behind.)

When Does Sharing Become Oversharing?

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In a culture where oversharing is de rigueur, Patrick Brothwell finds that blogging while remaining authentic and not crossing boundaries is becoming increasingly difficult.

A Simple Guide To Sharing

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On the application of Hot Wheels to the global economy.

My Mother’s Counter

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Has cooking just become a chore? Craig St. John reflects on the spirituality of finding and preparing food.

“Entitlement is just not attractive at all, no matter who you are.”

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These are comments by Danny, Randy Strauss, Flying Kal, and Lars Fisher on the post “A Letter to My Two Sons and Other Young Men”.

“I go to AA to hear other’s experience, strength, ideas and to share my own.”

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If you are a teetotaler, what things have helped you stay sober? If you aren’t a teetotaler, what helps you say in control of your drinking habits?

Thanks to a Facebook Blunder You’ve Been Re-Added to the Groups You Left on Facebook

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A change in Facebook group functionality, you automatically got re-added to all those weird groups you left four years ago!