Gentlemen in TrainingThe Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 7At a recent business lunch, I was going on about how I want my sons to have respect for me. My customer, who is a mother of two young adults agreed, but quickly reminded me that parents must have respect for their children.…
Why do people so often talk about the importance of being respectful but don’t walk their talk?
You commit to someone you love. You feel the pain they feel and you lend them your strength to overcome their challenges.
Compassion and caring can make a big difference with children, even when they aren’t your own.
A difficult conversation with your daughter about her relationships can be awkward and uncomfortable, but it might just be the talk that keeps her safe.
They may be cute, but they’re not yours. Here is why I say hands off!
Not all deaf people are the same, but here are some honest and helpful tips for thinking through your interactions.
In many ways, the responses to the gun control debate are a flash back to a high school mentality. Where if you aren’t a “masculine” (gun-loving) man, you aren’t a man at all.
Dads, and all of us really, need to think about the world we create out of misogynist humor. Our daughters deserve better.
What’s worse than sitting in a waiting room anxious for your mammogram results? Being a man who is treated like a joke while waiting anxiously for his mammogram results.
In the wake of the Tara Brown tragedy, Polly Chester looks for her own identity as a feminist; and to the domestic violence crisis in this country.
How can you tell if your doubt is healthy or a sign of a more serious issue?
“She disrespected me. Now, I’m gonna have to kill her.”
—Pennsatucky, Orange is the New Black (S01E12)
Cyberbullying is real, and these kids show how words have the power to hurt deeply.
How can Amazon.com produce a show as inclusive as “Transparent” and yet run a discount program that argues that moms (and moms alone) represent families? It’s time for that to change…
An experiment with actors shows what happens when customers in a grocery store mistreat a bagger with special needs.