10 Reasons No One Really Believes in the Song ‘Imagine’

You may say that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not.

100 Articles: What I learned About Relationships And Marriage Writing For The Good Men Project

The good the bad and the ugly. Steven Lake explores two years of thinking and writing about relationships – often his own.

5 Ways to Find Hope in the New Year

The new year can be a time of excitement and hope or frustration and despair. Mike Berry finds five ways to stay positive.

How to Ring in the New

Thomas Fiffer offers a new approach to starting the new year.

Faith and Faces: Are Muslims Supposed to be Religiously Tolerant?

Can tolerance and global religion coincide in Middle Eastern countries? Zeynab Ladak examines this question with open eyes.

The Tool You Need Most to Fix Your Broken Relationship

Steve Horsmon reveals a missing link for many men who are struggling in their marriage.

In the Eyes of Dolls: A British Revolution with Global Impact

Erin Kelly examines the unexpected spark that led to a British toy company’s bold decision to manufacture a line of dolls with disabilities.

What it Feels Like to Have a Broken Heart and Try to Love Anyway

The right person can mend a broken heart.

4 Things Every Kid Needs to Hear From Their Father

Mike Berry is raising strong, confident kids. Here’s what he’s telling them.

Lessons For the Mind: A Dozen Quotes from Yoda

“Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose” and more from the master.

Has Religion Become a Taboo Subject?

Sitting in church awaiting the still common Sunday service, I cannot help notice the dwindling numbers and lacking newcomers, and ponder possible reasons why.

We Need Support to Get to Success

Mike Iamele shares how support has been important to him, and how three words can keep us moving forward.

The Battle Of Beliefs In Your Relationship

Jordan Gray says that over time people adopt their relationship partners beliefs. And there’s a way that you can use this to your advantage…

Slipping Down the Stream

What can we discover of ourselves when we are slipping down the stream?

To My Fathers

Thank you for roads walked together, for the strength and the safety of relationships where admitting failure is OK, where humility and gentleness are prized over macho denial and posturing.

Hope is not the Poor Cousin of Faith

Hope is the strangest thing. And at the same time, it is so familiar to us all. How can something be so strange and so familiar?