Like many veterans, US Marine Roman Baca wasn’t the same when he returned home from war.
disposability of men
When you’re hard up, keep your head up no matter what.
A recent study that showed that 110 of 111 brains of deceased NFL players had a serious brain disease raised concerns once again about concussions.
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“Who pays for the damaged brains?”
Kavanaugh, football, and CTE behaviors.
We spin between privilege and disposability.
If good relationships make a good life, why is a good partner so hard to find?
We must stop crippling our children with a “win at any cost” emotional burden that can have devastating effects on them as men.
At what point does a homeless man become a person again?
The primetime brutality on display in the NFL in recent weeks Is uncomfortable to watch.
Men are human, flesh-and-bone, cut-and-bleed humans who feel. They are not (super) heroes.
The “everyday heroism theory” can help men avoid the trap of disposability.
At what point do men break their silence, speak their truth, and stop the abuse?
American football is at a crossroads. Will we protect the players or silently ignore the evidence?
I didn’t think my love for sports, the military, big trucks and heavy equipment would one day disable me.