Here are the most read Dadding Depressed articles of June 2018. Share your favorite!
When it comes to bodily maintenance, I was a typical guy, and, we all know, men aren't known for good hygiene. Sure, I'd shower daily, brush my teeth, and gel my hair, but I'd never heard of exfoliation, and I lived simply by the motto: "doesn't show, let it grow." And, boy did I. My wedding night was spent searching for a needle in a haystack.
Wow. That picture is random. Well, so is this post. Here are a few of my favorite random links I’ve found lately.
I'm happy to announce Dadding Depressed continues to grow in its readership. May was my highest month yet in views! Here are the most read articles of the month:
I am honored to be a part of two live panels hosted by STAND Magazine at this years' Partnership For Dads conference. It is THIS Saturday, June 9th in Waterford TWP, Michigan. One panel will be addressing men and depression while the other will be discussing the world of blogging.
It wasn't a Nigerian prince. But, it was basically a Nigerian prince. Yep, I pulled a stupid. Apparently, everyone does. Here are three principles I'm (poorly) holding onto in the aftermath of getting caught with my pants down.
I remember my son noticing his fingers for the first time. It was fantastic. Lying with his back on the living room carpet, his nubby fingers twirled in front of his eyes like a VeggieTales baby carrot dance number. As he hunts down every inch of his tubby self, there is at least one feature he has not yet found.
I wrote another piece for HavingTime.com. Check out How To Stop Apologizing For Everything You Do.
I’m a collector. Neatly arranged on a bookshelf in my living room is a hardcover book collection. On another shelf? My vinyl records. My favorite collection, however, is the one hardest to organize: my growing compilation of thoughts and ideas. I gather them by thinking, reading, writing, perusing quotes, and sifting through Twitter in search…
Guys, pick up your heads from the darkness of depression, and lean into the light of your computer screen. Please, check out HeadsUpGuys.org. Of all the resources I’ve come across for men experiencing mental illness (as a man experiencing mental illness), Canadian-based website, HeadsUpGuys, is an absolute favorite. It is sleek, easy to navigate, relatable,…