Women’s Health

This week's plea deal for Baylor University fraternity president Jacob Walter Anderson is another egregious example of how our country continues to enable rape culture through its leniency on those convicted of this type of violence against women, especially if they are young white men of privilege. Despite...

  The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255 This is the link to the lifeline's web site. Some additional resources: Suicide Prevention: Center for Young Women's Health Preventing Suicide in LGBTQ Youth: American Medical Association Young Adults Ages 18 to 25 Years: Suicide Prevention Resource Center Adults Ages 26 to 55 Years:...

  First, thank you for visiting my blog and website! I'm grateful to have a few minutes of your attention. My intention here is to offer tips, resources, and encouragement to liberal, well-read men who want to be stronger allies to women but are unsure of where...

  If you've been paying attention at all during the past couple of years, you've noticed a significant uptick in the proposal and passage of legislation in numerous states that seeks to limit a woman's reproductive rights. This Ohio bill is especially egregious, threatening to send...

Midlife, you say? Opinions vary widely regarding when "midlife" "or middle age" actually begins and when it ends, and that's okay. However, despite the annoying health problems and physical changes that tend to pop up the deeper we go into our 40s, of this I...

For me, a white male of privilege, yesterday was a tipping point when a subconscious perception became an obvious truth: career development is a human rights issue. Please allow me to elaborate. My life is dedicated to helping others gain the awareness, resources, and guidance needed to...

One of my core values is striving for physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual health. "Physical" health is an interesting challenge for me these days, as I near a milestone birthday and find various parts of the machine known as my body beginning to show some...

I'm back in the routine of taking early morning walks. They're not very long, but they don't need to be. They're usually technology-free; just me, walking outside and looking around and trying to practice mindfulness activities such as focusing on my breathing and paying attention...

I conclude this blog series on "doing what matters most" by emphasizing the importance of maintaining wellness across four key spheres of living: physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual. I've been blogging about these spheres for more than five years, and describe them at length in my...

I ate lunch with a colleague the other day at our T-Mobile US office in Atlanta. We didn't work on stuff or surf technology while eating. We just broke bread (or salad, in this case) and talked. At first blush, this sounds like a real "so...