The awakening man brings forward many of the qualities of the healthy masculine of old.
Princess Leia’s most important words were not “May the Force be with you…”
Joe Doe writes to you about his next task: It is a cry for help
Your thoughts are powerful, but they do not have power over you
Did you know that healing is possible for you?
Louise Thayer meditates on how relationships break us and make us whole.
What men should be focusing on instead of trying to achieve the unachievable.
Somewhere along the way, most boys are taught to shut off a part of themselves. That needs to change.
When we’ve been hurt repeatedly, we need to seek out the damage-free zone for healing.
Three gifts, no Magi.
A colonoscopy? Who, me?
Depression and PTSD may always be on the edges of your heart, but it’s how you deal with it that counts.
Phil Askew wants to know: “what is it that wakes and shakes you up?”
William Harryman, drood, and Jamie Parsons talk about their fears of growing old.
This is a comment by Hot-tall-intelligent-mature-HWP-blonde-blue-eyed-woman on the post “Can’t Get Laid”.
“Sometimes we see something that is very pure, very fragile, and we realize it’s perfect—even if it isn’t.”