Creating the space for men to be raw and vulnerable affords a comfort and safeness.
Here’s how to save your neck and relationships to get much more out of life…
It all started, as many great and lousy stories do, with heartbreak.
As a giver, it’s hard for me to be on the other end and to truly relax enough to receive. It takes practice, and if I’m honest, courage as well. Being on the receiving end of receiving is a vulnerable place to be.
We need to talk about mental health regularly, not only after a celebrity commits suicide.
I now find myself letting the tears win a couple rounds.
We can—and should—be vulnerable to have a conversation about anything, beyond small talk.
There is little tolerance in society for weak men.
Finding authenticity in a society full of expectations.
Emotions don’t need to be swallowed. Feelings don’t need to be stuffed away. I want them to always know there is strength in vulnerability.
Building resilience, confronting initiation, choosing wisdom over bitterness and maintaining integrity are all only possible if you risk being tested.
Her failed relationships weren’t just because her boyfriends couldn’t handle a “strong women.”
Every single one of us has the opportunity to “come out” whether we are LGBTQIA or not; here’s why…
No love potion necessary.
I worried that I would end up like my father, but really had no idea what was really wrong with him…
We share here, yes? Good. Grab a chair because I want to talk about this thing we call “vulnerability”. We hear about it constantly, how men should be more vulnerable in relationships. That’s all great, but what the hell does that mean exactly? I certainly had no idea how to pull it off. No…