The Heroic Man knows a “real man” allows himself to be fully human.
The Heroic Man remembers other-care is self-care.
No agenda, no deadline, no problemNow and then, my schedule will open up at random times. An hour here, a thirty-minute block there. Maybe I’m not pulled into a conference call, or I’m not on the road, on my way to a customer visit or to drop off a kid at school. This past week,…
How do you know when it’s time to ask for help?
As Dennis Danziger watches his students graduate, he wonders what will happen next.
History has a propensity to repeat itself. Which legacy and what history are you creating?
The problem with men and machismo is that we feel pressure to act “macho” every day, at work, at school, and even at home.
The machismo of Donald Trump’s campaign builds a restrictive wall around masculinity in America.
Portraits of the PatriarchyFather Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhoodPart 8Okay, I’ll admit: I was a total momma’s boy. As the youngest of three siblings, and the only boy, my mom carved a special shrine in her heart for me, and boy, did I enjoy residing there. Sunday morning breakfast dates at the…
Gentlemen in TrainingThe Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 4With the recent succession of high-powered men sinking into the abyss of shame as a result of their past indiscretions, I can’t help but think of what has nourished this collective behavior for eons. That machismo wins the day. That “manning up,” that…
What’s manlier: the clink of a drink or a puff of pot?
Feminist leanings allow for an incredibly inquisitive mind and stellar critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
We all know someone in our lives who, when you share anything about yourself, they fire back with a comment about their own thing, how theirs is bigger, better, etc. This is one-upmanship, the practice of gaining a feeling of superiority over another person. (New Oxford American Dictionary) You may have engaged in this practice…
I love, absolutely love, carrying my little one in the baby carrier on my chest. My little guy is on the verge of growing out of it, so both my wife and I take advantage of “wearing” our son as much as possible. I find it both functional, and the perfect way to bond with…
I grew up in a world where the only acceptable male emotions were anger, aggression, dominance, and narcissistic pride. Anything else was weakness and made you “gay.”
Daryl Muranaka remarks on how quickly an everyday situation can turn into a test of machismo.