What better way to role model compassion than to offer it to someone who has been so disconnected that they have hurt others?
Being 51 years old with no sphincter control and wearing a diaper challenged what I had always known to be masculine.
We don’t have follow our fathers’ example. Sometimes, we can follow our sons’.
Can aggression in men lead to disease and inhibit recovery from life-threatening diseases?
How ancient Hawaiian wisdom can help heal a modern epidemic.
What cancer can teach us about the changing roles of men in society.
How a cancer diagnosis can help to raise happy, healthy boys.
What every father can gift to their sons when they die.
What women can teach us about compassion and happiness
Teaching our children to save the planet by respecting each other and the land like the Hawaiians did.
The one thing men need most but rarely get–gentleness.
“In nature, formal schooling has no function.”
“I’m going to make a conscious effort to always take up the slack, be the bigger person, and extend love to my sons”
“Connect with others first, then worry about the details.”
In our mad rush to make our children successful have we left something essential behind–a childhood.
Are we still looking for love in all the wrong places?