Rick Belden gives readers a name for what they have always known about themselves.
For some child abuse survivors, forgiveness is a path to healing. For others, being pressured to forgive only makes things worse. Don’t assume that you know which is which.
We’re not all stereotypical, but even men who fit a mold are still real.
The father Rick Belden escaped returns in unexpected ways.
Writers form bonds with one another, beginning with the first words we read … and write. An introduction to the Poetry by Kids series on The Good Life.
The arrow’s course shows the curve of the world.
The life worth living includes the arts.
Rick Belden finds that labeling his poetry only limits the reader’s expectations.
Rick Belden reads a poem called “Easter” from his book Iron Man Family Outing: Poems about Transition into a More Conscious Manhood.
When Rick Belden was in need of a masculine figure, Iron Man helped him cope with the difficulties of life.
Rick Belden speaks about loving someone you don’t want to fix.
Rick Belden watches an interview with Jon Ritchie, childhood friend of Jerry Sandusky, and knows only too well what Jon describes.
After all the hard work he’s put in, Rick Belden wonders if there are some things we just can’t change.
What do you believe in?
Loving yourself is the soul’s work, says Rick Belden.