Understanding the kind of man you want to be makes all the difference.
It's a Wonderful Life
Theresa Byrne nails the important questions to ask yourself before the new year starts.
Movies reflect the changing roles of men in the 21st century. Here is what our community says about a classic Christmas film.
Joe Doe, nearing the conclusion to this year’s 52 Tasks to becoming a better man, wants you to do something selfless.
“Eveything hurts.” – Michelangelo Antonioni
Joe Marraccino is facing George Bailey/Wonderful Life crossroads. In his case, he really does not want his kids to live life as if he had never been born. He is addressing it, instead, this way.
Movie dads tend to screw up a lot, but underneath the bumbling their hearts are often in the right place.
Oliver Lee Bateman discusses how he came to terms with his troubled past.
From Bob Cratchit to George Bailley, who are the best father figures from Christmas movies and literature?
From this year on, you will have to watch one of these two movies EVERY holiday season. The catch is, the one you DON’T PICK is completely obliterated out of existence and any influence it might have had on our culture disappears forever. YOU MUST CHOOSE!
Lynn Beisner explains the difference between the two phrases “The best choice for both my mother and me would have been abortion” and “I wish I had never been born.”
Noah Brand comments on the nomination of Paul Ryan as Vice Presidential running mate.
Remember when “SNL” was funny? Hee Haw and Merry Christmas.