When we lie to others about our thoughts, feelings, likes, dislikes, desires, and dreams, we are being inauthentic.
I’m opening up the opportunity to be appreciated and loved.
I struggled for a long time to understand the complex nature of human relationships, but when I gave birth to my daughter, I realized that love was not at all what I thought.
It’s possible, it’s work, and here’s how to do it.
I became strong because I understand and appreciate that my truth ONLY changes if I want it to.
We validate the things we want to believe. Unfortunately, when we have to use our imagination to convince ourselves that the decision we have just made is the best decision for our wellbeing, it probably wasn’t.
When you learn to say no to what you don’t want, you’ll have more of what you do want in your life.
Advice from a guy who hates self-help listicles.
We are now able to be our most authentic selves with each other.
You think you know, but you have no idea.
Open, honest, sharing communication is what makes a great relationship.
Do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
It may seem like a great idea but this myth can have serious implications to a man, and his marriage.
This week Chris and Jon talk about vulnerability. They discover instances when speaking the truth opened them up to being vulnerable.
Ed Madden reflects on the final moments he had with his father, and how they’ve rippled throughout his life as a man.
Meet your inner life’s two best partners.