Last week (11/19/2015), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: Mens' Health Stress and Anger Physical Health Notes During an exercise on "Stress and Anger"... We learned that anger is a secondary emotion. A secondary emotion is one that results from or is caused by something else. Anger is how men show
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Fatherhood can be challenging at every phase of a child’s development, especially when that child heads off to college. The challenges that come with guiding the development of a college-bound child require a combination of patience, commitment and preparation. Here are eight tips that should be on every dad’s radar as
Last week (11/12/2015), in our Locker Room session we briefly discussed a few different topics: Showing and Handling Feelings Holding Feelings Inside Grief and Loss Notes During an exercise on "Holding Feelings Inside"... We learned that it is nearly impossible to maneuver in life freely when you are trying to cover and keep "uncomfortable" feelings inside. What
This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post. The effects of father absence and the poverty that results from it are exacerbated by two supports lacking in the U.S. -- the lack of extended family and the dismal spending by the federal government on family-benefit programs. I wrote in this blog last