I ran across a story in the media recently, about a man who’s been accused by a number of women in his industry for sexually harassing them. Within a few days he’d resigned as president of the company, the company dissolved, and
You’re not trustworthy. Acknowledge this and you’ll be set free. How many times in your life have you said you’d do something and then didn’t? I’m not just talking about the things you told someone else you would do for them.
[Originally published on The Huffington Post] At one point in my life I was nearly a dead man. Not by someone else’s hand, but by my own. It was practically an accident that I survived my second year of college,
Isla Vista, Seattle Pacific University, Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, University of Texas…… I know these killers, these men, intimately. This will probably be surprising to anyone who knows me. I doubt that anybody has looked into my eyes and truly
My life will never be the same. All thanks to Mike Hrostoski. When I bought my ticket for The Conference for Men I sort of had an idea that this might sort of happen. But I sort of didn’t expect
I want something from you and I’m doing my best to get it from you. Yes, you. Reading this blog post. I worked to get you to this website. I’m selfish and that’s the reason you’re here. Guess what
Emotional fluency. Men aren’t taught it, exactly. We’re taught a lot of things, but noticing what sensations are happening in, say, our chest is not one of them. We’re not taught to pay attention to whether it feels open or
I talked to a counselor this week and he told me that 80% of his male clients cry at some point during their time together. When he asks them when the last time they cried was he said that 80%