Julie Gillis, on lust, bodies, aging and kindness.
Men Over 50
Rick Belden reflects on the lack of male leadership in his life and what he is doing to change that for the upcoming generation.
Ernie R writes to The Good Life of two best men: his own, and himself.
Ninety-nine and only faded battlefields behind me: grumbling tanks, tire treads, bodies laid on broken pavement.
Increase the odds for someone you love, today
When the plumbing backs up, men often expect that we should know how to make the repair.
Arthur MacMaster struggles to accept himself as a man with a disability, but his dog doesn’t.
Bill Caudill overcomes his old fears of the gym … at the gym.
An encounter in the grocery parking lot changes Greg White’s resolutions for this and every year.
Recognize the signs of male menopause and understand the reasons behind the changes.
Near the end of a long life together, a husband finds himself alone with yet ” … promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep.”
James Elliot’s tastes have matured along with him. Here, he talks about what’s so sexy about women his own age.
“I piled up his clothes, vacuumed his floor, and got rid of the flotsam and jetsam of an unclicked mind.” Robert Barsanti takes his father to the hospital.
Emerson wrote that a hero is no braver than any other man, but he is braver five minutes longer. Robert Barsanti suspects it is the same with successful marriages.
What makes it so hard to be old?
To his old girlfriends, Robert Barsanti’s father would always be Romeo. But for Robert, Benito was Lear.