Brian Baumgart goes to a darkly reflective and emotionally honest place in this poem.
Jordan Gray is grateful for every single tear that has ever been kissed away… or left to dry on someone’s face in the presence of a strong woman. —– Here’s to the emotionally strong women… The women that have done their work. The women that know the value of self-love and self-care. The women that hold […]
What most men truly want is to feel loved, connected and alive —and yet far too often we allow our shame to keep us detached. Dan Mahle on how this can change. (Part 2)
Jordan Gray was emotionally shut off to the world for years, until he cried his way into a better relationship with himself.
Poetry Editor Charlie Bondhus reviews Poems that Make Grown Men Cry, a new anthology of poetry that will move even the toughest of guys.
Adam Dyer recalls feeling trapped as an angry young teenager. And as a man, having to bargain with society to let him express his emotions.
You gave us, the men in your life, the permission to cry. And we needed it. As a matter of fact, we still need it.
Edie Weinstein encourages men to see crying as an emotional re-set button that bolsters strength and resilience to face challenges.
Being more stable and open with our feelings contributes to a better relationship. And a better self.
This is a comment by Alastair on the Comment of the Day: “Since I wasn’t crying, I felt like my emotions were minimized because I’m a man.”
“How could you give your son a Mohawk?” one even gasped, as though I was encouraging him to play with matches. “Why not?” I shrugged. “It’s his hair.”
Sexual identity is a personal experience, regardless of behavior, or how others define us.
I’m done with false friends. (No, really this is a thank you letter)
Dad Mathew tells his cautionary tale about leaving his child and dog unattended.
Shawn Henfling shares the unexpected benefits of his fight with Depression.
Is there ever a justification for telling a bloke he’s “not a man”?
One weekend, four people, one tent. Family camping. Do I need to say more?
No matter how well you’ve healed after a break-up, you’re still being influenced by that person. But that can actually be a good thing. Here’s why.
#2 You haven’t experienced progress, because you don’t know how.
Ira Israel wonders what it will take to get us to support ethical businesses.
Boost your chances by overcoming them.
Chris Brown may lament “those hoes ain’t loyal,” but the truth goes a whole lot deeper.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.