Stoicism requires us to be more, not less, emotionally aware. That sounds odd considering Stoicism’s hypermasculine reputation. Today’s view is that men should be less, not more, stoic.
Jordan Gray says that your stress, anxiety, and tension are all a result of your residual unfelt feelings. Here’s how to move through them.
I still wonder about narcissism and try to understand and manage my need for attention…
Why do we kill the passionate few in our quest to fit in?
Writer Kristina Hammer details living with this difficult and stubborn mental illness—and what we should know about the life inside a Borderline’s mind.
Did you hear about the guy who wasn’t needed, no one knows why he went somewhere else.
A couple can experience the same thing, feel differently about it, and neither of them are wrong.
Connor Beaton, founder of Man Talks, shows us how to drop the mask of masculinity in this inspiring TEDx talk.
Keith Stewart puts his anger and sadness about the Orlando shooting into perspective–not just for himself, but for the good of mankind.
The reptilian brain makes communication challenging when emotionally stressed. Kyle Benson shows us how to work with this beast.
I wish you the strength and courage to show vulnerability, empathy and emotion.
I finally learned that to love and keep a partner, I have first to accept myself, and then not be afraid to share my feelings of vulnerability with her.
Yes, the “pseudo” macho man concept is still entrenched through much of the masculine world. Progress, though, is being made.
Steve Colori reflects on healing emotional scars while dealing with his diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder.
Men have willingly sacrificed their own lives for others, demonstrating deep loyalty, affection and respect for their fellow humans—male or female.
Being emotional and being a man don’t have to be mutually exclusive.