Men need to read what it’s like to be a girl (and it doesn’t seem like it’s going to change any time soon).
Have we made any progress in teaching our children that a woman’s body does not exist for the pleasure of others?
Hurry up and fall in love! They said. But ‘easy love’ and romance are often too quick for the right relationship to happen.
We should be free to be ourselves in relationships, and do more than just endure each other until the end.
They’re strong, stable, and noble to the naked eye—so why are men so afraid to risk it all for happiness?
When children are victimized, the often feel that they were complicit in their own exploitation—which destroys the sense of self.
Has gun violence become too necessary, normal, and fun for our boys?
Love is only love if it is love—so why do we always struggle to learn this one easy lesson?
What happens when love stops being ‘never mindless, always appreciating, always present’?
‘Fine’ is one of those words that only dad can make work in the most perfect way.
Our resistance to love is as much of a barrier as finding a willing partner.
The ‘gift’ of a ruined relationship can bring us happiness, but only if we see and feel it the right way.
What should we tell kids who feel like the whole world hinges on whatever challenge they are facing?
What men think is that ‘real love’ struggle might just be a dysfunctional, codependent, or abusive relationship and not ‘love’ at all.
Do we understand the fine line between forgiveness and enabling?
If you’re clicking on ‘that’ link, you already know what you want to know. Here’s the why.