Entries by Mark Greene

3 Secrets to Dating the Single Co-Parenting Dad

Single dads are fiercely committed to their little ones saying, by action and by word, “you are loved.” Dads who choose to co-parent are a growing subset of divorced parents with kids. As more and more married fathers take on a major role in day to day parenting, they remain committed to full time engaged parenting following divorce. Co-parenting dads are focused […]

Guess What? Women Also Struggle with Emotional Expression

There is a commonly held cultural narrative which goes something like this: Men who share their emotions make better husbands and fathers. Women value this in a prospective partner because women are already naturally able to share their emotions. In a nutshell, women are the emotionally able ones, men can learn to be. Growing more empowered relational capacities for […]

A Manifesto: Relational Intelligence For Our Children

A manifesto: We must commit to granting our children their birthright, which is their inherent capacity to form authentic, emotionally vibrant relationships. All we need do is stop training them out of these capacities, either by action or inaction. Through helping them grow their relational intelligence, we can insure they become what they are born to be, emotionally connected, joyful and thriving human beings. *** We Need to Redefine […]

How We Help Children Create Relationships is Crucial

When we help our kids grow their relational capacities; namely how they create and care for relationships, it insures a better life for them. Emotional intelligence or emotional quotient (EQ) is commonly understood to mean emotional self-awareness, the ability to name, understand and manage our emotions. You may also be aquainted with the term Social Emotional Learning, […]

On Male Emotional Isolation and What We Can Do

This tweet stream on male emotional isolation was born out of an article published by the Boston Globe titled The biggest threat facing middle-age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness. Feel free to join us on Twitter at Follow @Remakingmanhood Male Emotional Isolation – Curated tweets by RemakingManhood

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The Idiot, Horrible, Stupid Game

  It can break our hearts when our kids say, “I’m an idiot.” The Idiot, Horrible, Stupid Game is a fun game designed to turn that situation upside down! Its one of the many games that can be found in our upcoming The Forever Book, a guide for growing our kids relational intelligence.  — Idiot. Horrible. Stupid. Ah, […]