Is your digital voice taking over your life?
Portraits of the PatriarchyFather Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhoodPart 9He’s a father of two boys who are always making messes, and so what’s he to do, but turn to the latest laundry detergent pod to get his sons’ clothes clean! Does this sound like you? It certainly sounds like me. Said father…
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On the big screen, the hero always easily clears the raging river with their trusty grappling hook and rope. In real life, sometimes you just swing right into the water.
How one man applied his “mad gaming skillz” to his daily existence, and you can too.
Each year, English teacher Jeremy McKeen gives his seniors a few pieces of advice. It’s been sixteen years since he started teaching. It’s added up.
Doyin Richards was more surprised than anyone when a simple picture of him tending to his daughters went viral. He now hopes his new mission to get the word out on good dads gets a similar reception.
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Debates rage around what makes up a gentleman’s life as roles are being redefined in our world. Joe Rutland suggests that being a gentleman is still hip.
Relationships evolve. Sometimes less really is more.
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Monsters University reminds us that failing does not always stop us from achieving our dreams, something that more young men desperately need to hear.
A video filled with heroic actions that will lift your spirits.
In a culture where oversharing is de rigueur, Patrick Brothwell finds that blogging while remaining authentic and not crossing boundaries is becoming increasingly difficult.
In a world where we become more and more dependent on technology, Doug Zeigler tries find an equilibrium between the real and online worlds for his children.