There is nothing more attractive than presence.
The problem isn’t that the information or wisdom itself is bad.
It might seem crazy … but could there be a formula for happiness? Thomas Fiffer does the math.
Mike Berry reminds us that being present, not providing, is the key to being a great parent.
One man’s gift to his children.
Dad Attitude: Our Inner WorldsHave you ever heard a keynote speaker say something like, “Have you ever gone from work to home, and when you arrive at home, you don’t know how you got there?”Those speakers are conveying that the consequence of our heightened level of absent-mindedness—our lack of focus and presence—is to simply go…
Touching with presence.
The best way to avoid a breakup, says Matt Shumate, is to be mindful and present in your relationship. Here are his four ways to do it.
Two simple techniques that will help her to surrender and feel safe.
Acknowledge that you are two separate adults relating your internal experiences and honoring those differences.
If you want to attract women, you don’t need any more confidence than you already have.
What does it look like for today’s man to be freed from black and white thinking, from reason that needs an explanation?
Zen. But When?At any given theme park, you’re sure to find a toddler in meltdown. Their little systems are overloaded with unfamiliar yet thrilling surroundings, sugar in many forms, and huge furry characters. You’ll also find a defeated parent nearby, quietly kicking themselves for having orchestrated this whole experience.Last week at Legoland in Southern California,…
Sex is important to men, not just because it is fun, but also because it is a way of establishing a deep connection with women.
How learning to feel is setting me free.
Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept.◊♦◊You’ve definitely heard the phrase being present. It’s a modern day maxim…