Apology Earned or Apology Forced? A fellow parent once mentioned that “The Look” can be taught early on with children. It’s the quick, cold, and fierce glance that can stop them in their tracks. People often say, “My mother (or father) could just give me the look and I knew I was in trouble.” Whatever our…
…And How to Nourish it We’ve talked about your bodies, how you only have one, one created by the miracle of conception within your mother’s body. My hope is that, over time, you learn to honor your body. Some refer to the body as a temple, and I’d agree this is an accurate metaphor. You…
Perfectionism comes with the curse of needing to right without fail. These are the three most important lessons I’ve learned.
“Two big targets seem attacked, with one common victim set. The least among us, as the victims.”
Only guy in a pilates class? No problem. Elwood Watson on why there’s no right or wrong way to be a man.
It’s a privilege to listen to tough ideas, but we all have a right to be heard.
When confronting difficult life decisions, framing choices as right and wrong isn’t always helpful.
Lee Spears on men who have managed to handle child custody, support, and co-parenting with integrity and maturity.
This comment by EnterNight on the post Intent vs Impact: Why Your Intentions Don’t Really Matter
How Do We Reverse the Cycle?
Second amendment rights come with limits, including discipline and regulation.
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