Through My Child’s Eyes

This video of a father and his autistic son at a Coldplay concert gives Erin Kelly a lot to think about.

How ‘Murderball’ Helped Me Understand Men Better

Amma Marfo reflects on a movie that brought her face-to-face with multidimensional, complicated men.

3 Steps to Hearing Criticism

We can’t grow without feedback, but there are helpful and hurtful ways to criticize. Trish Everett helps us understand the difference.

Rediscovering What it Really Means to be a Man

Open up and stop running away from your emotions.

10 Unusual Things Single Moms Find Sexy In A Man

Single moms of all ages share the sexy things they absolutely love. The answers might surprise you.

How Forgiveness Restored My Faith in Myself and Humanity

He discovered the key to forgiveness after a suicide attempt ended his church mission and tested his faith.

A Glimpse of Superman Without His Cape

A young survivor of the Brussels attacks is teaching humanity to re-think what it means to be Superman, onw viewer at a time.

Transgender Kids Share What it Means to Be Accepted and Loved

Should any child have to ask their parents for love? Isn’t that part of the deal?

Why You Need to Stop Caring So Much About What Others Think

In Part 6 of the series, “Every Family Has a Story,” Darla Johnson reminds us that we tend to make mountains out of molehills.

Male Abusers: When Strength is Just a Front for Fear

There’s enough blame to go around. But the real question is how we can support men to keep them from becoming abusive.

DSM as Political Guidebook

Trying to understand what the heck is wrong with our politicians? Understanding psychiatry may help.

5 Ways to Escape Falling Prey to the Anger Trap

Avoiding getting caught in this emotion is important for good health, improved social interactions, and increased performance at work.

The Day My Cat Went from a “She” to a “He”

After being told that his long-time pet was a he, NOT a she, Adam Roberts’ perception of gender was turned upside down.

Eight Things I Learned about Marriage after Two Years

How much can change in two years?

The Life of a Foster Parent

Parenting is not all created equal. Foster parents need to understand that their role is different.

Social Norms Aren’t Global Norms: Coming to Terms with My Version of Masculinity

When your society has taught you to doubt your masculinity, discovering that other cultures accept you for who you are can be liberating.