Silence, withdrawal, sniping, and forgetting things are all passive-aggressive ways of engaging in conflict. Here’s how to handle it. ___ By Rachelle Although it takes two to resolve conflict, a divorce provides endless opportunity for conflict to continue. Even if your divorce finalized years ago, anger and resentment may show through small (or large) acts […]
Jonathan Delavan discusses the one thing that keeps anyone from simply and truly listening to someone else. — What does it take to listen? A question that has been answered for years now; and yet the question remains for many people who find cliché answers unsatisfactory or inapplicable to real life. I struggled with this […]
No tech gadget or TV show will ever replace this … so stop neglecting it!
Dani Bostick breaks free of the silence and shame that surround sexual abuse.
Raoul Wieland takes a look at male grief through the lens of close reading.
Thaddeus Howze shouldn’t have to share these 10 tips on how to stay alive as a man of color.
As a male survivor of sexual assault, Tim Mousseau followed a pattern of staying silent—until he took back his own voice.
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Sean O’Donnell examines who the real bullies are, and then asks himself whether he has done enough to stand up to them.
Why it’s good when the city shuts down.
This poem from Todd Davis is a prime example of the power of the unspoken, the understated.
When we need a mindfulness bell to bring us back to the essentials, paring down is that bell for Leo Babauta. Here’s how.