Becoming The Father You’ve Always Wanted To Be

Welcome to the first episode covering psychologist Stephan Poulter’s comprehensive work on parenting for fathers. “Father Your Son: How to Become the Father You’ve Always Wanted to Be” breaks down many of the barriers men face as they attempt to show up in the lives of their sons.  Men either place obstacles in their ownContinue reading “Becoming The Father You’ve Always Wanted To Be”

Letting Go Of A Divorce/Breakup

We’ll break down the blowback of affairs and uncover some of the hurts beyond the affair itself, tracing the origin of the feelings leftover even months and years after the initial affair. Our Relationship’s Residual Effects  The accumulation of lost dreams, broken promises, disillusionment, regret, emotional setbacks, disenchantment, with the past romantic partners, and unrealisticContinue reading “Letting Go Of A Divorce/Breakup”

Help Her Take The Brakes Off!

Help her reduce her stress•Don’t take advantage of her•Make a sincere effort to understand her•Be honest•Be transparent•Be patient•Be consistent•Don’t play games•Don’t manipulate her•Don’t put your guard up in conversation with her•Trust her•Learn the ebb and flow of her menstrual cycle•Learn about menopause(if applicable)•Learn how her last informs her present•Support her goals to become healthier•••• WeContinue reading “Help Her Take The Brakes Off!”

The Man Dilemma Part 1

Today Jamiere Abney and Charles discuss the fallout in men’s lives as a result of not having mentors and reliable, responsible friendships and colleagues. They’ll also discuss the detrimental silence men display in on-line and off-line conversations and how it creates opportunities for negative outcomes throughout various stages of life.

Men, You Don’t have to ‘Pump Iron’ to Be Fit — But Find Time for Exercise

Men are well known for putting off regular medical checkups — and they’re also known for coming up with excuses for not staying in shape. Exercise and getting screened for certain medical conditions are both critical. Exercise, of course, require putting aside more time — about 30 minutes a day for aerobics or strength training.Continue reading “Men, You Don’t have to ‘Pump Iron’ to Be Fit — But Find Time for Exercise”

Tired of your kids binging on YouTube in the middle of studying?

If you don’t have time to stand over your kids and police their activities, you may be interested in Circle parental control products, which allow you to be in control of what websites your children can access when they’re meant to be working.

Hooked On Pleasure? Try a dopamine fast.

When we do something we enjoy the brain releases a little bit of dopamine and we feel good. But one of the most important discoveries in the field of neuroscience in the past 75 years is that pleasure and pain are processed in the same parts of the brain and that the brain tries hardContinue reading “Hooked On Pleasure? Try a dopamine fast.”

Jimmy Smith has PTSD from getting robbed at gunpoint

In February of this year, Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith and his family were returning to their hotel in Los Angeles after picking up some food when they were robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot. The veteran defensive back told members of the media on Thursday that he still suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).Continue reading “Jimmy Smith has PTSD from getting robbed at gunpoint”

Male eating disorders: anorexia and bulimia common among men, too

Tessy Koshy Jul 27, 2021 (The National News) Looking into the tiny mirror above the toilet’s washbasin, Liam Kelly’s bloodshot eyes welled up with tears. A moment ago, he had made himself sick in the bathroom, now there was excruciating pain in his throat, his face was puffy and his body exhausted, while his mindContinue reading “Male eating disorders: anorexia and bulimia common among men, too”