Men and Women on the Couch

Greetings on a Tuesday.  Recently Big Little Wolf was kind enough to invite me to offer up a guest post on the topic of men and women.

While most of you undoubtedly know BL Wolf and her writing, as we are good blog buddies, if you are not conversant in The Daily Plate of Crazy you are well-served to check out her blog—as she writes, rather elegantly, on topics ranging from parenting to culture to sex and relationships… and much more.

In addition to being an intrepid and generous spirit, Wolf also happens to be an exemplary single mom in the final heroic stretch of launching her second son off to college in a scant few months—a heroine carrying a torch and lighting the way on something I have already shed a few salty tears around (and I’m a year and a half away from the first one potentially heading off to school).

So please accept my invitation to Big Little Wolf’s today where we dish up some thoughts together on some potential reasons that men are, at least sometimes, so hard to love.

Unflagging in my wish to make this year about increasing calm and connectedness, feel free to dedicate your visit to chez Wolf to being our best, calm, lovingly kind Selves together—placing any increased understanding we may gain in the service of all of us and our collective children.

Namaste (and thanks again, BL Wolf), BD

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4 Responses to “Men and Women on the Couch”

  1. BigLittleWolf Says:

    Bruce, the pleasure is all mine.

    To men and women on the couch – in whatever manner they so choose, and however many of us may fit! (And apparently, we are a fascinating and plentiful bunch. My thanks again for a delicious and thoughtful conversation.)

    BLW

    • privilegeofparenting Says:

      Hi BLW, Thank you for inviting me—here’s to helping each other lovingly see the parts of ourselves we may have missed along the way, so that we may all get along that much better together. Namaste

  2. paprikash1@aol.com Says:

    Looove this post!! The imagery of the man with his multi aspects made me laugh and brought GREAT comfort. THANK YOU!!!!! xo Helen

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