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The Start of Hope

The Start of Hope

  The classic comeback story contains one of two twists. It’s either about an underdog who falters and then succeeds beyond his dreams, or it’s about a champion who falls, fights hard, and makes a big return. Either way, it’s about a person in pain whose pain is alleviated or who is able to see

Men Need Mentors

  Editor’s note: Every year, the Heisman Trophy is awarded to the best player in college football. Over the weekend, Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray took home the prestigious award for the 2018 season. Back in 1987, it was Hall of Fame wide receiver Tim Brown who won the Heisman. In this excerpt from his book

A Broader Vision

Every culture has its ideal vision of masculinity. Sociologist Erving Goffman once wrote, “In an important sense there is only one completely unblushing male in America: a young, married, white, urban, northern, heterosexual, Protestant, father, of college education, fully employed, of good complexion, weight, and height, and a recent record in sports… Any male who

All Relationships Are Going Somewhere

Here’s something I heard recently. “Men move toward whatever makes them feel competent.” As soon as I heard that I knew it was true. Every man I know migrates toward something that makes him feel powerful and in control. If it’s work, he puts in more hours, if it’s sports he’s constantly at the gym.

Are You Wild At Heart?

Watch the Wild at Heart Trailer Where does a man go to develop his full potential? Does he find it in college? Will his adventures lead him to greatness? Will the opinion of others give a complete picture of who he is and can become? We can learn some things about ourselves in each of these

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