Being misunderstood can make us feel small and impotent, yet that which makes us great can be born from being misunderstood.
Our differences can be our biggest source of grief , not because of the differences but because we can’t see how they change our perspective of the world.
Have we become a society of intellectually obese people, gobbling up empty opinions as if they were real facts?
Taking a risk for a new relationship? Can’t move on from the past? Or did you walk outside and forget your pants?
One prompts personal growth, the other destroys personal identity. Do you know which is which?
Why are we as men letting everyone else define what sort of men we are?
When you read a “Date a Man Who …” article they aren’t asking you to date a man.
Men need the places where friendships are forged, without them we are vulnerable more than most people realize.
Is addiction about the things broken within us or is it about helping us feel connected to the world around us?
We feel sad for a reason, why do we try and fight off the feeling when we could embrace the meaning?
Sometimes the point of being lost is to find the questions you never thought to ask.
Is the beauty and power of words lost in the way language is taught? For me it was until I found my voice.
What if beauty actually functioned as a way of connecting us?
We all have that someone special in our lives, have we been treating that person the way they deserve?
There is never a way for you to be anything other than yourself, so what do people mean when they ask for an authentic man?
Miscommunication can be an amazing piece of art to see, as long as you aren’t on the inside.