Chivalry Is Not Dead Alright Gentlemen, let’s talk about chivalry. There is a lot of talk nowadays, and you hear this often, that “chivalry is dead.” While it is surely easy to believe this and follow this idea, it couldn’t be further from the truth. Not only is chivalry not dead, but now is the … More Chivalry- The Resurrection Part 1 of 5
I wish I wouldn’t have wasted so much time. Time is our best friend and our worst enemy. It is the one thing we want to save, that we are forced to spend. Oddly enough, we never know how much we have, until we are completely out of it. If you could find out how … More Fear, Regret, and the What If Part 4 of 4
I wish I would have loved myself more, not tried to be loved by others. When was the last time you felt hurt by someone else? A friend, a lover, a family member? Think about how you conducted yourself with them. I have lost some relationships that were extremely difficult. It is easy to look … More Fear, Regret, and the What If- Part 2 of 4
There are many questions in life that are considered dangerous. Most are considered so because the answer is one we typically don’t want to hear. For instance, when your wife asks, “Does this dress make me look fat?” Or, “Do you like my parents?” Some are dangerous to the heart. “Do you love me,” “Will … More Fear, Regret, and the What If- Part 1 of 4
The mind is a powerful force. So powerful, in fact, that it can make us believe things that are simply not true. … More Are you Fixed?
The darker side of being single. … More Sex, Addiction and Co-dependency
Could we be dehumanizing love by seeking commitment, rather than connection? … More Are you choosing the person, or the commitment?
For all men who read this, are you ready for 2017? We already left 2016 for the “New Year”! If not, you are holding back. Or maybe you got some unfinished business and plans waiting for you to finish next year. If you aren’t sure what do, I will give you the ‘contemporary goals’ you need … More Contemporary Goals to do For 2017
3: The Light Grey Suit The third leg is the light grey. This is what I call the “dummy-proof suit.” It is light enough that it works well in both daytime weddings and at the office, and dark enough to be worn year round. It is versatile enough to go with brown shoes, black shoes, … More Four Basic Building Blocks of Style Part 3
Sharing a fond memory of a Christmas Tradition. … More A Christmas Tradition: The Poem