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Courage: The Forgotten Virtue

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

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Why Sports Matter

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Mistakes guys make with the ladies Written by Michael Richardson | Healthy-Mag.com Communication: Foot in the Mouth Mistaking the Purpose of Conversation While men generally like conversation to have a clear purpose, a woman will often use conversation to discover how she is feeling or to release negative feelings. These talks might seem pointless to …

Courage: The Forgotten Virtue

Written By Taylor Smith | Healthy-Mag.com The Oxford English Dictionary defines courage as the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc. without fear. When you put it that way, courage is something reserved for epic tales of heroism or selfless acts of sacrifice. Courage is something we often …

Our guide to wearing the receding hairline and baldness Written by Healthy Magazine | Healthy-Mag.com Forgive the awful pun, but we couldn’t resist. The old saying goes, “you never know what you had until it’s gone” and it’s never more true than when we’re talking about hair. As younger men, we took our hair for …

“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair.” -Nelson Mandela Written by Taylor Smith | Healthy-Mag.com A Nelson …

The Faults of Fear

You’ve felt it, but can you handle it? Written by Michael Richardson Fear is irrational. Easy to say, yes. But then a spider appears on the wall and you lose it, even though the very un-poisonous spider is about 1/1000 of your size. Fear is a lot of things. For some, fear is fun (think …

Goal Getter

It’s Time to Flip Achieving Goals On its Head Written by Taylor Smith Yep, it’s that time again. New Year’s resolutions, new beginnings, fresh starts, call it what you will. We’re talking about goals and this is time of year when it’s one everyone’s mind the most. Lest I regurgitate the same advice that gets …

Making More of Midlife

Why middle age is not the beginning of the end.  Written by Taylor Smith Mid-life crisis is a phrase that tends to get bandied about rather too loosely these days, in my humble estimation, but it’s a phrase that’s evolving. The prevailing opinion forty years ago was that the mid life crisis was the result …

Attire and Attitude

How Does Your Wardrobe Affect You? Written by Michael Richardson While society debates modesty, with schools dishing out uniforms and dress codes, moms bemoaning their kids’ apparel and the style-conscious demanding liberation, an important question may be forgotten: how does your clothing make you feel? This question differs from the more common debate firecracker: how …

Romantic Comedies, Porn and Reality

By Taylor Smith I know what you’re thinking, “Rom-coms and porn? Where’s he going with this?” On the surface they seem to be nothing alike. And before we get into a moral argument about whether pornography is an innocuous or destructive influence in the people’s lives (because there’s evidence for both sides of that argument) …

Sideline Superheroes

How supporting your child’s athletics might not mean what you think it does Written by Michael Richardson| Healthy-Mag.com The championship game is over. The reporter holds the mic up to your son, the star of the game. “I owe it all to my mom,” he says, his words awakening an inexpressible sense of pride. Now …