The key to pulling off the beard look is to take care of it.
It is such a familiar feeling when I retreat back into my isolation. It doesn’t feel good, but it feels familiar. My broken and alone self is one I identify with.
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The best nurses are the ones who care, male or female.
Can I, as a woman, genuinely impact male development? Does work with men take away limited and valuable resources from women and people of other marginalized gender identities?
Brandon Peele would like to re-define the word “Bro”.
Chris Kyle has found a delicious paradox: That when he is living boldly into his purpose, with all the triumphs and failures, his relationship with his wife thrives.
Duncan Alldridge asks and answers the question “What’s the point of a men’s group?”
Colin Berry watches his father age, and steps in to help feed him.
After spending nearly a lifetime as ‘father figure’ for a parent, a son reflects on the journey with his late mother.
Gather around the campfire as Snake Bloomstrand reminds us that some old-fashioned cowboy heroism can help us run today’s black hats out of town.
Chris Kyle learned early on that he better man up and sure as hell ‘Don’t cry!’ He learned later that vulnerability makes him stronger.
Swearing is pretty common in pop culture, but Ged Naughton cautions that letting the f-word fly in the workplace could be a FCLM (a freaking career limiting move).
Tim O’Connor examines how Jason Dufner’s PGA Championship victory proved once again that to win spectacularly at most anything, you had to have failed spectacularly.
Josh Magill follows up his brave GMP post; ‘I Am a Man and I Am Fat’ that resonated with readers with this account of how he found the will to kick his ass—and the fat.
Soft and spectacular: Michael Russer explains how Erectile Dysfunction enabled him and his partner to soar to unimagined heights of intimacy.