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18 April

Intimate relationships are a vital part of our lives, and they require effort and commitment to maintain. While sharing love and connection with your partner is essential, it is also essential to maintain healthy boundaries. Setting boundaries can be challenging for many people, especially for men, and especially if we’re new to the idea or practice of identifying our needs and speaking about them. However, they are necessary to create a healthy relationship where both partners can feel respected, valued, and secure. In this article, we will discuss how men can set and maintain boundaries in intimate relationships.

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06 December

We all know how it goes. You spend the night in bed sleeping, maybe nothing too deep, maybe you wake up once or twice nothing too unusual, but you aren’t any more rested in the morning, so you end up in an energy chase throughout the day only to wash, rinse, repeat the same cycle again. Well, just because you slept, doesn’t mean you’ve rested or even restored your brain. How could you possibly know if you’ve slept well, even slept efficiently on a daily basis? Enter the WHOOP.

WHOOP is a wearable, taking the form of a screen-less bracelet.

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12 October

Perhaps at this stage in your life you may think sleep is something we all do naturally, but have you ever asked yourself why do we need to sleep? For how long? And how important is it for our health? There is now a growing scientific exploration into these questions by sleep researchers and bioengineering companies looking to improve the overall quality of everyone’s sleep. The bottom line is this: we all NEED good quality and optimal duration of sleep to function properly and at our highest potential, both mentally and physically.

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13 September

For many parents, reading to our kids is one of the most joyful (and least exhausting) parts of our day. Reading books lets us launch conversations, share new ideas, and fuel our kids’ imagination. But children’s books are even more powerful than we might realize. Children’s books can also disrupt the formation of harmful gender role stereotypes, which can help free our kids to forge their own paths, be more accepting of others, and create a more equitable world.

Why are children’s books so powerful?

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12 August

The term “daddy issues” is one you have probably heard a couple of times, as it has been used very loosely – and often wrongly, to describe a lot of people, mostly women who have “weird” relationship habits. But what does it mean to have a father complex? Why and how do people end up with daddy issues? We’ll find out shortly.

What is Father Complex?

Father complex is described in psychology as a group of unintentional associations to a father figure.

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05 August

We’ve come a long way from computers the size of a room. We now have wearable “computers” that can be used for health and fitness tracking. Thanks to these fantastic innovations athletes, healthcare professionals, and regular people now have access to extensive health information via their smartphones. Research shows that more than 30% of individuals in the United States now use wearable health-tracking technologies, with over half of them using these devices regularly. As researchers improve their research, there’s a possibility of having smart glasses or smart exercise clothes in the near future. But until then, here are some great wearables to help you on your mental health journey.

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18 July

Regarding men’s mental health, the critical problems we see today reveal how socialization paradigms have caged the minds of men in an unhealthy way. The way society, which includes each of us, has influenced many men, young and old, to attempt to be “manly” in the wrong ways has created a barrier for men. It might seem like a thing of the past, but it wasn’t so long ago Tyrese Gibson was mocked for showing emotions. 

But that’s not to say we haven’t made some progress. The public’s reaction to the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard case is a sign of the improvement we have made in debunking age-old social constructs that men held on to.

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17 June

Remember the famous saying “readers are leaders?” Well, it also applies to life. Some books help you lead a fulfilled life because within their pages are treasures that’ll help you to grow. But it’s not the number of books you read that matters, but the quality of the books and how much of it you are able to apply in your life. The journey of self-improvement starts with identifying gaps that need to be bridged. To help you with this journey, we’ve outlined three great reads that’ll help you identify gaps in your life and suggest practical steps that will lead you to a life full of happiness and fulfillment.

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27 May

It’s no secret that phone use can be a major source of contention in relationships. If you’re someone who is constantly on your phone, or if you tend to be glued to social media, it can be easy to lose sight of what’s happening in the real world around you. And, unfortunately, that can spell trouble for your relationship.

If you’re not careful, your phone use can easily become a source of conflict in your relationship. It can be tempting, even addictive to tune out your partner in favor of your phone, but that’s not fair to them.

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20 May

Anger becomes a problem when you aren’t able to manage it or you act out because of it. It’s also problematic when someone gets caught up in anger they aren’t able to process and move forward.

Anger is a natural emotion that everyone experiences. But even problematic anger isn’t always abusive. If you struggle to control your anger or you feel angry more than you’d like, you might want to seek support and change, but this doesn’t make you an abusive person.

Anger becomes abusive when it causes you to lash out, intentionally at someone else.

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