3. Chasing future happiness is self-defeating. We can find happiness if we simply accept the past and present.
Thomas Fiffer takes a hard look at what it means to endure.
Why having the courage to be yourself is your greatest hero’s journey (and you might just save the world…)
Love happens when you decide to accept the entire journey, and the setbacks that it entails.
You should be loved totally and completely, without your history or lineage being seen as an “obstacle” to be “overcome.”
What if how I treat him impacts how he treats her?
Open any beauty magazine and you’ll see countless articles about what women want, but there’s rarely a space for men to express their relationship needs.
Why is it we only ever hear stories of unhealthy relationships, surely there are still role models for relationships out there.
The Sikh turban is steeped in symbolism but its wearers have also been a target of racism.
This is about men holding hands. In India, where I grew up, men showing affection this way was common and not construed as homosexual activity. I look back on how I interpreted this social action differently and how it has shaped me today as a gay man.
Ed Madden reflects on the final moments he had with his father, and how they’ve rippled throughout his life as a man.
Letting go and moving on… they sound so easy. Easy to say, easy to advise, but not so easy to do. Here is what happened, that told this dad, and divorce expert, that he had in fact, successfully let go.
Erin Kelly reflects on the personal impact of having two brothers from two different walks of life.
Xavier Smith explores his experience Before the Casket.
Does real, lasting change come from anger and vitriol or compassion and inclusion? You decide…
We mix up sex, intimacy and desire with disastrous results. Kyle Benson guides us through this slippery topic.