When you’ve become a victim of your own success and you face the existential void of having no tasks on the calendar.
“Who are the real heroes?” Fredrick Marx believes it’s the men who are mentoring and initiating teen boys.
Frederick Marx has identified a type of man he’s been seeing around a lot.
Men are made not born.
“Men and boys are hurting.”
Frederick Marx looks at the reasons some boys don’t fully develop into their own as men.
Frederick Marx is starting an advice column for men.
Wherever there’s a victim, Frederick Marx writes, there’s also a perpetrator.
Frederick Marx discusses the playfulness of language and why there is no point in stating the obvious.
Frederick Marx wants you to take all your anger and put it toward something you’re passionate about.
In ten minutes, Frederick Marx explains, you can answer the only question that really matters: do I want to see her again or not?
Being nice might be killing you body, Frederick Marx writes, and probably your soul.
If we can’t support men supporting other men, how can men support themselves?
Frederick Marx want to know who’s going to show all the young men where to go with their lives.
Men who don’t have a sense of purpose or mission in life are dangerous, Frederick Marx writes.
Frederick Marx prefers to look at what is noble and good about being a man.