David Stanley sees four generations of angry men in his family. Will they be able to control their tempers, or will the tempers control them?
David Stanley used to be a racing cyclist with a body so taut that his buttoned and zipped pants would slide off off him. But he was never really satisfied with how his body looked.
It was not a romantic love, but was one that was supposed to last a lifetime. David Stanley writes of the pain of having to say goodbye.
Should cops be allowed to use anabolic steroids if it helps them do their jobs better? David Stanley explores.
Cyclist David Stanley with a playlist to beat the cold.
David Stanley suggests that if Congress considers its private gym essential during the shutdown, the American people should make sure our representatives make good use of it.
David Stanley looks at a campaign that shows what everyday men would look like modeling underwear. And he likes what he sees.
David Stanley looks at the problem of too many choices for adult teens and offers suggestions for how to solve that problem.
Developmental inertia is the force of our emotional baggage increasing as we get older. David Stanley is helping his teenage son over the teeter-totter from one stage of life to another.
What does it take, and what does it mean for an adult teenager to find work?
Respect and temperance are key in maintaining a good relationship with your adult teenaged child
With his son home from college, David Stanley deals with two versions of his son and himself as a parent
Army officer and Iraq War veteran Scott Sunday is running 50 marathons in 50 states before he turns 50 to raise awareness for the sacrifices of veterans and their families