If you are a man in an abusive relationship, this woman might have a message of strength for you. “You need to find the courage to get away from anything that’s unhealthy.”
About Erin Kelly
Erin M. Kelly is the Social Justice Editor at The Good Men Project. She is also a columnist and writer with Cerebral Palsy who wants to be recognized for her work rather than her disability. She’s a 2009 graduate of Penn State Altoona, where she majored in Letters, Arts and Sciences. During her senior year, she was hired as a columnist for The Altoona Mirror, the daily newspaper in Altoona, PA. Her column entitled, “The View From Here,” runs monthly and addresses in a light-hearted, humorous manner the challenges she faces daily. She is also the editor of "To Cope and to Prevail", memoir of Penn State Altoona professor Dr. Ilse-Rose Warg. Find Erin on Twitter @WriterWheels.
Has your life always been a fight? Erin Kelly has learned from good men to roll with the punches now more than ever.
This PSA geared towards couples facing the challenges of disability was released on National Kissing Day. It couldn’t have come at a better time.
As life throws curveballs and staggering headlines flood the media more than ever, GMP wants to know how you respond to negativity.
This man has HIV. Sheltered from human contact, he takes to the streets of Helsinki to challenge the power of stigmas.
A puppeteer meets a retired columnist while doing a demonstration in a park. What happens next paints a picture of humanity in its purest form.
Erin Kelly looks at a young disabled bodybuilder’s story, and how it reflects on the impulses of society.
This man is considered a saint around the world, but that hasn’t stopped him from giving the most precious gift anyone can give.
An interview with Erin Kelly about her focus on social justice, disability, and why it’s necessary to humanize stories.
Two survivors of the war between Iraq and Iran were separated in the chaos by enemy lines, but were reunited more than twenty years later.
An Indian cartoonist looks to bring change to America, along with a new perspective of the events that occurred during the Arab Spring Uprising.
Erin Kelly examines the unexpected spark that led to a British toy company’s bold decision to manufacture a line of dolls with disabilities.
Thousands around the world are searching for refuge in light of being forced out of their homes by war, money and Mother Nature.