It might be time to admit your insecurities.
If we continue to think of bullying as primarily a schoolyard phenomenon, and overlook its seeding in the caustic repartee or controlling humor that dot our many different social dialogues, we will be blind to one of the ways in which our culture insidiously feeds intimidation and various plays of power.
Adults who don’t give their kids respect, don’t get it back.
Moms aren’t the only ones teaching our kids to be sassy. Dads can lay on the sarcasm pretty thick. Well, maybe not all dads, but quite a few.
Apathy, laziness, and sarcasm are not the trifecta when it comes to dating.
Sarcasm thrives in ambiguous situations, which makes it especially ripe for misinterpretation.
Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 1 Before the 1950’s sitcom Father Knows Best dispensed an idealized American family value each week to television audiences, the program originated on radio, where Father, actor Robert Young, was pretty rude to his kids. There was also a question mark…
What catches our attention so hard and fast that we can’t do what we should?
Joe Doe shares how men who get called out may surprise you!
Gentlemen in Training The Case for Manners for Today’s Young Men – Part 2 Though I didn’t know it at the time, my first childhood best friend was also my first bully. We played well together for the most part, but as the years went on, his early crude but humorous behaviors eventually evolved into…
You have a right to sit down. You do not have a right to MY seat.
I felt like Liz had counterfeited my Spring Break. I look back now and I think that was the small adventure of a lifetime.
Christopher MacNeil schools Donald Trump on his terms.
Ken Carfagno never met his great-grandfather. But what he learned about him continually inspires him to be a great ‘father.’
What’s happened that’s left white people feeling so left out?
Bill Douglas suggests another way with input from his friend Deanna Hoffman.