Ryan W. Bradley squirms through a film about a man like he was, not long ago: undiagnosed, violent, and about to hit bottom.
After his father was declared an enemy of the state in Uganda, his family fled. Now a successful consultant and men’s group leader, Kenny D’Cruz continues to heal from a life marked by persecution and mental illness.
Jonathan Stack’s scary—but funny—experience with being nearly arrested in Guinea leads to a revelation.
Dr. Adam Sheck recently turned 55, and wonders what new responsibilities he has now that he is an elder.
Should You Tell Your Girlfriend, Wife, Partner, Family and Friends that You’re Suffering with Mental Illness?
Andy Behrman knows firsthand that for men, there are few things more taboo than admitting to mental illness.
What to do—and what not to do—to be supportive, and when to get more help—for your depressed loved one and for yourself.
Dr. Adam Sheck notes that the general trend has been toward men leaving the profession of psychotherapy. Is this contributing to men’s growing suicide rates?
When his mother’s cancer returned, Joe Barton learned how oncologists might regard alternative therapy: as competition, rather than complement to their care.
Dr. John Douillard examines the cultural and psychological effects of long term marijuana use.
From an extramarital affair to cancer, the last 525,600 minutes of John Taylor’s life have been tough. But he’s going to remember it by all of the love that grew.
Justin Cascio talks to Elizabeth Schroeder, executive director of Answer, about why boys are tuning out in sex ed classes, and what they want to know most (but aren’t telling us).
A generation later, Kile Ozier believes the gay community has still not healed from the ravaging shame and grief that accompanied the AIDS crisis.
Andy Behrman, aka Electroboy, wonders if you can ever truly be recovered from mental illness, or if you can only learn to cope with it on a daily basis.
You can decide how long the party lasts.
I’m a Dad and I Don’t Want the Government to Force My Daughter to Talk to Me About Contraception [OpEd]
Hugo Schwyzer, father of a daughter and a son, supports unfettered access to emergency contraception like Plan B.
Jason Bruce wants his daughter to involve him in the event she needs Plan B.