About Sean Swaby

Sean is a writer in the areas of mental health and addiction, family, leadership, and anything that demonstrates the power of story. You can find him at smswaby.wordpress.com and on Facebook, here. In addition to being an Editor with the Good Men Project, Sean has been published with Babble, The Mighty, Be You Media Group and Addiction Unscripted.

Chainsmoking My Way to My Son’s Heart

Sometimes love is communicated best through music.

Fitness and Your Best Self: Call for Submissions

How is fitness helping you to overcome your personal obstacles?

Thriving: Stories of Recovery!

What have you have learned from setbacks, mental illness, or addiction?

8 Signs That You Overthink Everything

Or maybe should the title be, “When you think yourself out of everything”?

How to Take Back Your Life

You can own a lot of things, but you can’t buy more time.

Jay Scott: Lose Weight With The Most Filling Foods on the Planet

A key to fitness is your diet, and here are the best foods you can eat.

Sean Stephanson: The One Thing You Need to Be More Attractive

Do you want to be more attractive?

Being in the Moment with Bill Murray

What do you want that you don’t have?

Punk Rock and Your Wellbeing

What You Learn From a Recovering Punk Rocker may change your life.

Schizophrenia: The Boy I Used to Know

Mental Illness can be devastating for the entire family.

Do You Know How High Expectations Will Hurt Your Well-being?

What you expect could impact your health and well-being.

Mental Health Stories: Call for Submissions

We want to hear about what you have learned from your mental illness, how it is making you a better man.

Do You Have Control Issues?

Sean Swaby takes a humorous look at our control issues.

Men and Spirituality: Call for Submissions

You could be Yoda! You are deep and we want to hear from you at the Good Men Project.

Jay Scott and How to Avoid Fitness Burnout

Why burnout physically when you can experience consistent results?

How I am Grieving the Loss of My Grandmother

Saying goodbye is difficult, but together we are stronger.