Everyone has their ups and downs, but when you feel like you've got more downs than ups, it's time to ask more questions.
I didn't watch Queer Eye For The Straight Guy in the early 2000's, but I've been binging on Netflix's reboot. And I think every man--gay, straight, or anywhere in between--should too. Why? Because you just should. Trust me. But if that doesn't do it for you, here are three great reasons.
If we want to raise healthy men, we need to stop polluting our boys with these classic sayings.
Understanding why you are the way you are is important to discover. Why do I act the way I do? What causes me to erupt over the smallest things? Why am I so angry?
When life gets hard, or when you're confronted with shame, or when you need to get something off your chest, or when you're seeking advice or a shoulder to cry on, do you have a friend to call? Depression and loneliness often go hand in hand. And, let's be real, a lot of men are lonely.
Sure, I forgot to post about Testicular Cancer Awareness month in April. Whatever. The world has already moved on with "May the fourth be with you" and Timberlake's "It's gonna be May."
Why are we Westerners so quick to pull the trigger on the gay-dar? Is our toxic homophobia robbing us of beneficial brotherly affection and healthy male intimacy? What are we missing out on as hopelessly independent macho men?
Wow. That picture is random. Well, so is this post. Here are a few of my favorite links I’ve found lately
The temptation, maybe especially because he is a boy, to say, "you're okay," or "cowboy up," or "suck it up, buttercup" simmered on my tongue. But, I didn't say any of that. I swallowed those words for two reasons.
5. Darth Vader Dad "The future is made up of moments, and every moment is an opportunity." 4. 31U: Rob "Those struggling with depression are often tempted to give up, so as a supporter, it’s crucial to make it continuously clear that you won’t." 3. Mr Moms Or Good Dads? "There is a heavy amount…