Erik Flowchild explores what it means to be man enough. His easy voice moves you through his journey and into your own.
The media is building an image of men being weak, clueless and lost.
Men can become masters at appearing OK.
From home repairs to talking about emotions, some of us just can’t let others lend us a hand.
I look in the mirror & I don’t recognize what I see.
‘Am I the man that I thought I would be?’
How toxic masculinity uses anger to silence us.
The special time of the season can seem to end abruptly, do you have trouble adjusting back to life as normal?
How about we start by verifying facts and data before forming our judgments and opinions?
Embed from Getty Images—Being driven and dedicated are admirable traits, but how do you keep them from turning you into Scrooge? • Does a lack of close family ties make you less likely to enjoy the holiday time off? • What steps do you take to make sure you are “there” and enjoying the ones around you? •…
He taught me how to be a better man and father even though it sometimes means doing the opposite of what he did.
Family responsibility, finances and lack of preparation to do other things can all keep us chained to a unrewarding career.
After years of not knowing someone, what do you do when they want to be a part of your life?
For men, there’s a lot of macho tied up in being able to get a woman pregnant.
Too many of us have stopped being manly and only pretend to be. Do you know what fakers get? No respect.
A dash of praise and a splash of encouragement can go a long way!