Are You the Pilot of Your Own Ship?

Allowing someone else into my wheelhouse, to pilot my ship, was never going to make me successful.

How to Maximize Your Life through Inspired Living

Nothing is stopping us. So what are we really waiting for?

If You Want to Change Someone’s Attitude, Start With Your Own

Offering encouragement in a discouraging world can be a revolutionary act. If you want to change someone’s attitude, start with your own.

Being Prince Charming

Steve Horsmon knows men can’t always be fairy tale heroes from a Disney movie, but thinks expecting the best from ourselves will lead to more fulfilling marriages.

3 Lessons About Manhood That I Learned from Having Heart Disease

Andrew Carlson writes about being a young man living with heart disease, and what it has taught him about manhood.

The United States of Anonymity: The Ugly Side of American Values

Mike Crider on what our online comment sections might show us about the American psyche.

Opening the Tiny Hurt Locker

Dr. Jennifer Gunsaullus explains why sharing even small pain is a big deal

Help Is on the Way

How do we avoid bystander apathy in an emergency?

Supporting My Real Family

Stepfather Kieron Casey wonders what it means to be a “real” father.

Catch You On The Flipside

John Taylor, The Daddy Yo Dude, writes about the agony of heartbreak, setting your ego aside, and the decision to delete his popular fatherhood blog.