Family, Relationships

Rhythm of Closeness—Part III

If he had loved her he wouldn’t have minded the distance.”


Wendell has been in recovery for quite some time now, but his mother and father haven’t. Even though Wendell is forty-six years old, his mother’s influence sticks to him like a spider’s web. He realizes that his mother has been guilt-tripping him into doing her bidding for years, manipulating him to stay in contact with her. Some of her favorite sticky phrases: “Your father misses you. You should see him more often. He won’t always be around, you know.” “I haven’t been feeling well lately. I always feel better when you come for a visit.” Continue Reading

Fitness, Health, Lifestyle, Others, Sports

How to Effectively Pass the Time When Stuck at Home During Recovery

It may seem depressing to think of a long recovery at home after back surgery without work or other productive activity. You may not be able to imagine not going out to work every day, and sitting at home in front of the TV or laying in bed for hours on end. It doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, there are plenty of things that you can do to stay healthy and even improve your employment skills while you recuperate. Plan to get the most from your time out, not only to keep yourself occupied, but to accomplish goals, protect yourself emotionally, and recover faster. Continue Reading

Health, Sex

Colorado Campaign Gets People Talking About Safe Sex

“Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and me.”

As alluded to in Salt-n-Pepa’s hit song from the early 90s, there is probably nothing that runs through a young adult’s mind more than sex. Yet it’s a topic that is rarely discussed outside the locker room and with credible sources.

Let’s face it, most guys learned about sex through online porn – and we all know how “real” that is.

That’s the problem. Continue Reading

Health, Others

Prevention is Power: National Minority Health Month Continues

April is National Minority Health Month and Men’s Health Network (MHN) is taking this opportunity to encourage everyone to come together and talk about prevention in the health care system and communities; specifically about what they can do individually to keep themselves and their families healthy.

What is National Minority Health Month?

It’s an awareness period which highlights health disparities that disproportionately impact racial and ethnic minorities, and it encourages prevention as a key strategy for achieving health equity. Continue Reading

Family, Sex, STDs

Sperm + (Heart)x2 = Father

“Doc, should I bank my sperm to protect my heirs from going mad?” Wow, now that’s a question. He was wondering how he should handle the now credible link between older dads and their kids having higher rates of autism, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Although small, the increase in these conditions in offspring of older dads is significant, and guys without rug rats are now, officially, worried about them.

Take musician and writer Dan Crane, for example: “I never thought I’d write publicly about masturbating into a cup — particularly in The New York Times — but never say never, I guess.” In his “Diary of a Sperm Banker,” he laid out the whole issue, bare bones and all, for public consumption. I was happy to partake in Dan’s sperm journey… in least in its more cerebral aspects. Continue Reading


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