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March 2016: Kris sat down with Justin and Blair from the Liberation Project: Transitioning from a Boy to a Man.

February 2016: LA Canvas featured 10 Ways To Win A Girl’s Heart: Act Right This Valentine’s Day

January 2016: Knowledge for Men interviewed Kris Wolfe: 10 Ways To Win A Woman’s Heart

November 2015: Patheos reviewed 10 Ways To Win A Girl’s Heart: Virtue with Swag

August 2014: 1240 AM/WJON interviewed GoodGuySwag.com contributor Joe Whitcomb

In April of 2014, Missouri State University invited GoodGuySwag.com founder Kris Wolfe and his wife (Kristen Dalton-Wolfe) to speak at Relationships 101.

KOLR News reported the event along with OzarksFirst

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A fraternity at Missouri State is sponsoring a message to young adults about handling relationships.

Relationship 101 was at Plaster Student Union at MSU Tuesday night.

The key speakers were Kris and Kristen Wolfe, founders of a men and women’s online magazine.

Their websites help others become better individuals.

They offered a fresh look at how culture is limiting who men and woman should be like and addressed where relationships are going wrong and how to fix them.

“Mostly for us as a fraternity we’re trying to focus on being better men,” says John Jurss, a member of Theta Chi. “But we wanted to focus first on relationships because we feel that’s something a lot of us aren’t necessarily doing wrong, but there is a better way. So they are here to offer that to us.”

KY3 News also covered the event

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– –

A fraternity at Missouri State University is spreading a message that’s contrary to some popular culture.  They’re trying to break the “frat boy” stereo-type.

The guys at Theta Chi fraternity socialize and play sports together, but lately, they’ve been working on something more serious: themselves.

Theta Chi member John Jurss says, “Maybe we’re not really being the men that we ought to be, and maybe we should look into it more and see that there’s more than what our culture is telling us.”

A Theta Chi national movement to address emotional, physical and relational needs is hitting home here.

“At first, it kind of sounded goofy to us, but then when John came back from a conference that he had to attend to tell us about it, I got really excited, because it  seems like a really cool thing,” says Theta Chi member Bob Eberling.

Jurss says, “It’s really uncomfortable to say we’re not really men.  We’re just a bunch of boys with a lot of toys.”

This semester, on a weekly basis, they’re talking about relationships.
“At first it was really awkward, and I think guys are starting to get used to it, and I think guys are actually excited for John’s report now,” Eberling says.

They’re collecting donations for some of the victim’s of our society’s problems, at Harmony House domestic violence shelter.  They’re also sharing what they’ve learned with other Greeks.  “They’re actually really receptive.  It’s been really cool,” Eberling says.

And they’re bringing in experts from L.A. to teach a free crash course in Relationships 101.  “How most of us enter relationships to fulfill this inner desire of being worth something.  So they’re going to come in and say, find your worth in something bigger than a relationship, because that’s too much pressure to put on a single person,” says Jurss.

They hope to make a life-long impact.  Eberling says, “We don’t want this to be just a Theta Chi thing.  We want this to be like a Missouri State thing and a Springfield thing.”

The free event, Relationships 101, is Tuesday, April 22nd at 7PM, in the Plaster Student Union Theater on the MSU campus.  The speakers are husband and wife Kris Wolfe and Kristen Dalton Wolfe.

The Art of Charm interviewed Kris Wolfe in December 2013

On November 22, 2013 Kris was interviewed on BYU Radio.

In November of 2013, Road to Ripped interviewed Kris Wolfe