Category Archives: Family & Relationships
How to really see a woman. A response to “Seeing a Woman: A conversation between a father and son”, by Nate Pile I came across an article shared on Huffington Post, about the objectivization of women by men. This post … Continue reading
I’ve decided to conduct an experiment. It’s one I’ve really already started, just not consciously. It’s outrageous, outlandish, and might just make me the laughingstock of the PTA and readers of “parenting” magazines worldwide. It’s an experiment called “acting as … Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, you stop and wonder every so often what your “job” is as a husband and how you’re measuring up at that job. Can I do more? Am I doing too much? Am I becoming too … Continue reading
Before any man gets hitched, ties the knot and settles down, there are a few things and man should be, do or have before he does so. These “pre requisites”, in various forms, can be found throughout the earliest societies … Continue reading
What is feminized behavior in a man? It’s often misunderstood to mean “feminine” behavior but there’s a distinct difference. My personal definition of feminized behavior is any “thought, word or action implemented by a man in a style usually displayed … Continue reading
What purpose do you serve in other men’s lives? Friendship? Competition? Watch each other’s back?
The Third Entity – Also known as the “R” word .. RELATIONSHIP! One mental and contextual tool that can help guide us to “right doing” in our relationships, especially those of the marital or romantic nature, is to view that … Continue reading