Hanna Brooks Olsen encourages women to finally step up and take some initiative in asking guys out. It’s not that hard, in fact, it’s fun.
For The Love Of Men
One man discerns life lessons from his memories of a childhood friend.
Abigail Rine’s husband is the provider inside their home – of childcare, nutrition and more. The fact that she earns the paycheck does not detract from all that Michael provides for their family.
The story of how a father-in-law taught one man that opening up about his emotions is a manly act.
There is no difference between “you need to harness your sacred masculine energy” and “man up, bro.” None.
Lynn Beisner’s husband fearlessly carries her purse, helps her daughter shop for prom dresses and enjoys being the passenger in his wife’s car.
Eleven men, eleven bubble baths, and six questions about Feminism and Equality…GO!
The lines of a road can blur, and the exits are just suggestions.
What’s the best skill you learned from your dad?
How do you manage a family with one spouse at a distance? This couple makes it work!
Why was I crying? I was just in a fight, a fight that I was winning.
The best part of the story is the connection to my grandfather who died when I was very young.
Our ability to get vulnerable and honor emotions —the full spectrum — is part of becoming a fully integrated human being.
If most men be mere mortals, then I have truly walked among the gods and enjoyed their counsel and guidance as I laid down in the heavens amidst their gardens and byways.
—In a recent conversation, a male friend was describing a group of his female friends discussing their ideal male partners, detailing how the define a “successful” man. This particular group of women are all financially successful and live in luxurious homes. Their measure of success? A man who made more money than they did.Each time…
An effective leader brings out the best in others.