There’s a seismic shift on the Earth’s surface. All around us, imperceptible to the human eye, creatures are evolving.
It’s men. They’re changing.
That’s according to Bruce Feiler, the best-selling author and New York Times columnist. “I think the evolution of men is actually one of the under-discussed conversation topics in the world today,” he told “Off the Cuff.” “There are so many conversations about women and work-life balance. Men are facing these issues in a very real way. “
Feiler’s grandfather made 28 cassette tapes before he died, on which he narrated his life story. “He didn’t mention his wife by name,” he said. “He didn’t mention his wedding. He didn’t mention his children more than once or twice. He talked about his life, his job, and what he thought about things. I see in my father, particularly as he gets older, an evolution to be much more open about feelings. Men now in their 20s and 30s, they don't want to just get on a corporate ladder and climb to some height. They want to have more meaning in their lives.”Read More »from Are You a Man? One Author Feels Your Changes