Joe Doe writes to you about his next task: It is a cry for help
Even the toughest men know it’s OK to cry.
I now find myself letting the tears win a couple rounds.
…you could cry like a man.A few weeks ago, I was faced with a challenge—one of life and death, really—though I won’t go into the details here. Suffice to say I needed spiritual peace, and fast. My first thought was to go to the closest church, light a candle, and pray. That’s standard practice where…
Kevin Hall finds the source of his greatest strength.
Let go and fly.
Simon Goland continues his journey of emotional reclamation while questioning societal missives about how a man should express himself.
Crying, uncool? No, it’s actually got some pretty awesome powers.
Bernard Capp on the importance of sentimentality in the political sphere.
Your son is an incredible man.
Michael Carley looks at one famous man’s tears in a business where men are not supposed to cry.
Over nine years of marriage has taught me … the best you can do is nothing.
“Nobody’s Special!” The Bully poured these words over a student at my daughter’s school. Tears marched down her cheeks and into her soul.
We are born with sacred water inside us. Releasing tears is the soul’s call for help.
Brian Baumgart goes to a darkly reflective and emotionally honest place in this poem.
Jordan Gray is grateful for every single tear that has ever been kissed away… or left to dry on someone’s face in the presence of a strong woman.—–Here’s to the emotionally strong women…The women that have done their work.The women that know the value of self-love and self-care.The women that hold themselves, and others, to higher…