Share and share alike.
Sometimes the financial stress that comes with the giving season can ruin the experience.
In this week’s episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry reminds us that powerful positive action can turn things around.
As a giver, it’s hard for me to be on the other end and to truly relax enough to receive. It takes practice, and if I’m honest, courage as well. Being on the receiving end of receiving is a vulnerable place to be.
It was a moment that hit him in places he’d never liked to admit existed for him.
There is sex and then there is transcendental ecstasy –here’s a way to consistently experience the latter…
The best way to teach giving to your kids is to live by the values you want them to emulate.
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
Nothing limits our ability to love and be loved, and to find joy and fulfillment more than the beliefs that disconnect us from our hearts. And, nowhere do these beliefs cause more limitations than in our sex lives. Dr. Jordan Paul releases us from these false beliefs in this weekly series.
Social good. In this era, it is more important than ever.
20 thoughts on love that will change your perspective.
In a random act of kindness, this homeless dad thought he and his daughter were getting some easter baskets from strangers. What they actually got was the car from which the baskets came. “This literally solves all of my problems right now,” the dad exclaimed.
Learning to accept love is a huge step toward spiritual fitness. Chris Forte shares his experience.
A husband comes to terms with an ending relationship in Lynn Marie Houston’s poem.
It may not seem that way, but kindness is a strength—and one we can develop through exercise.
What if sharing your gifts felt as natural as apple trees giving apples? Theresa Byrne asks you to step into your natural power and do what you were born to do.