And remember, all writers are readers.
Comment of the Day
My teacher Parmahansa Yogananda says that when we lose a love one. It is the emotional feeling of our expression of love that we miss. In break up’s or even death of a loved one or child.
I pick and choose who I let in and who I allow to “dump” their problems on.
Your article has inspired me to be a better man much more than any woman ever has.
The gratitude we learn through the forest’s lessons extends throughout our day and throughout every aspect of our lives.
I’m learning. And love is what is valued above all else.
Thank you for a well written, enlightening piece.
Embed from Getty ImagesThis comment was by Robert Larson in reference to the post – Why I Still Want to Get That Door I was also taught to open doors for women, and have always been happy to open a door for any others . . . male or female. As I’ve aged (pushing seventy) I still open doors for…
Your suggestions are all helpful and needed.
What a great article, I love how you were able to truly capture the emotions and desires of the opposite sex.
The differences between how boys are raised and how girls are raised is stark and helping boys achieve in school is an important issue for the future.
A carefully considered, well thought-out and well-written guide.
Many people can get inspiration from reading this post who has lost faith in themselves. Motivation can be achieved.
I’m totally on that path – FeMANism MANifesto says it all! Thank again.
Embed from Getty ImagesThis comment was by Robert Rannigan in reference to the post – It’s OK to Be Vulnerable, Men—Dustin, thank you for your precocious and courageous maturity in sharing. Your path as an influence in the male subculture is set and already spreading healing to many confused and lost little boys inside men’s bodies. peace, B ◊♦◊More…
Figuring out how to pay off one’s debt while minding about living expenses, financial priorities and shunning the comparison game is key.