If we want to be real men, we’ll take the risk of being the real us in front of other guys.
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52:28 – Having good boundaries while engaged, plus overcoming an eating disorder, and when to try to repair a damaged friendship.
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When paying with a credit card through a tablet, those preset tipping amounts stare at me almost as awkwardly as the barista behind the counter.
Don’t pray for your own prayer requests today. Instead, take some time to pray for others’ needs.
I don’t believe it’s appropriate for men and women to be buddies after breaking up. Here’s why.
You don’t have to spend a fortune or settle for an uninspired date night. Look for creative ways to take advantage of the many low-cost opportunities surrounding you.
I was often told “don’t say you ‘hate’ someone — that’s very strong language,” so I learned to avoid the words “hate” and “enemy.”
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