Is America in a ‘Father Absence’ Crisis?

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About Ryan O'Hanlon

Ryan O'Hanlon is the managing editor of the Good Men Project. He used to play soccer and go to college. He's still trying to get over it. You can follow him on Twitter @rwohan.


  1. Tom Matlack says:

    Yes this is probably the single biggest motivator behind the creation of The Good Men Project. If we as men and fathers can figure out what it means to be a good man, how they heck are our boys going to figure it out. And if they don’t have a dad in their lives, the chance of that happening are even more remote.

  2. Sandra Parrotto says:

    It’s probably the reason that I am so motivated by the GMP, as well. I had 3 fathers – none of which could figure out the job – one of which – did it in a really poor way. It’s a huge crisis and without dads, children don’t learn how to generate their lives, create intimate relationships and express strength of character.

    I am excited about all the dads on social media – it gives me hope that our children have a new opportunity to be great citizens. Now we have to remove all of the pre-conceived notions that are placed on men so that they have a real chance at being themselves

    Yes, I love The Good Men Project for the contribution that I’m sure it is and will make!

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