Greg White is embracing the rise in man-on-man hugging action.
Author, blogger, television writer, world traveler, and inveterate bon vivant Greg White is also a former sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps, now battling it out on the blogosphere at http://www.eatgregeat.com and http://www.gogreggo.com.
Greg has just finished his soon-to-be-published memoir about his Marine Corps boot camp experience. He served six years in the Marines. Truly a glutton, he also completed Officer Candidate School over the course of two summers---thus relishing the joys of basic training three times.
Greg has a voracious appetite for life and regularly contributes here and to The Huffington Post.
I often hear people giving thanks to the strong women that raised them. Mentions of a dad’s impact is rare. Perhaps because it’s a mystery to me personally, but I long for more stories about great men raising children.
Maya Angelou’s dignity and bravery gave one young man “rich chunks of hope” that he would survive, and eventually thrive.
Greg White felt compassion for others who were misjudged for their weaknesses, and he hoped that they too would have compassion for what made him different.
Greg White wants people to know, ‘If I can overcome my insecurities in a hostile environment, so can others.’
Halfway through boot camp Greg White learned that everyone there “came in with some feeling of being different.”
The epitome of cool quietly retired from acting recently. Greg White recalls his brief meeting with the legendary Jack Nicholson.
Greg White fell in love with a Canadian man. And today, he got good news — “the kind of news where you recklessly go out to breakfast and eat carbs.”
Television and film writer Greg White offers an insider’s perspective on why great television can suddenly go so bad.
Bird seamstresses, prancing princes: Greg White on the pressure and woes of life on the fast track to happy ever after.
Scott Luxor tapped for International Men’s Day leadership role
More and more workplaces are turning to the wellness industry to try and solve the problem of overwork.
Ralph Persson and his wife were out walking their dogs in Sweden when they encountered a bear. Ralph took his protector role very seriously here.
This pure white flower opens with love as it reaches out to the bees.
Jim and Dave are brothers. They haven’t spoken in years and they don’t like each other very much.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book that lays down the truth about climate change.
“Men need to strive for authenticity, not femininity.” Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project
If you’re experiencing any of these 10 signs, it’s quite possible you’re in love.
Determined to make some big changes in your life? Here’s how to stay motivated, even on the tough days.
This Irish priest is an unsung hero whose work during World War II deserves greater recognition.
Divorce can hit your kids hard. These four tips from Jenny Kanevsky—who is in the process with her two boys—can help your kids fare better during challenging times.
If James Rigdon could have told himself these things 20 years ago, his life might be different now.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.