There are two types of men: those who let reality beat them into believing their dreams to be impossible, and those who do great things because of their belief that anything is possible. If you'd rather be in group B, hit that "Read More" button.
Labor Day is one of those holidays that don't get much fanfare, and many people have no idea that it exists or what it's all about. How fitting that this day has a lot in common with society's perception of the working man. In honor of Labor Day, here's a reminder of what the working man is worth.
As we all know, suicide is a major issue for men and boys. Some of you think that you're worthless. That no one cares about you. The following story will provide some of you with the sign that you are looking for.
There’s an old saying that life is 10% what happens to us, and 90% how we respond. Who says that you have to be disappointed about your problems and failures? Who says you can’t look at them in a way that makes you stronger? This story is about a young burn victim who gets a lesson in perspective from his doctor.
Too often, we as adults underestimate what kids are capable of. They tend to have amazing beliefs of what humans can do, and can imagine inventions far more advanced what we have now. Yet we just scoff at them and say things like, "he/she is just a child." Here's a short story about how strong a child's determination can be.
Dear young men,
While misandrists are condemning men and trying to brainwash you, what they neglect to say is that the soapbox that they're standing on was built by men like you. Their microphone was built by men like you. Their computer was built by men. The bed they sleep in was built by men. The home they live in was built by men. The c...