Our gift as a species is the ability to rise above gut reactions and employ our meta-cognition to evaluate our own thoughts. When we do that, our empathy allows us to understand one another’s points of view.
The Heroic Man avoids blindly following what has come before.
You have the power to manifest the reality you want.
What can men learn from the #MeToo movement?
Reflecting on the changes he made last year, Franklin Madison shares the importance of self-reflection and progress as a process.
How can we honor the perspectives of others while at the same time honoring our own?
Faking adulthood and trying to appear in control while also feeling like an old man.
I evolved, but it was by looking inwardly regarding sex.
The art of focus, the power of accountability, and the value of self reflection.
I could give you the answer, but I believe you already know what it is.
We all need to allow men the opportunity, willingness, and courage to engage in self-reflection.
A lawyer reflects on the writer’s life.
In the advent of the #metoo movement, Raymond Baxter took the opportunity to have an internal debate about his role as a man.
Myke Macapinlac says that a bit of self-reflection before you dive in to your next relationship could save you a lot of time and heartache.
“If a man can change for the better, he can make his world a better place”
Negative stereotypes about disclosing our vulnerabilities or our basic struggles as human beings have extended to issues of mental health.