Christian Pedersen knows that there is work—real, honest work—involved in keeping love sustained.
All couples disagree, most argue, and some slug it out with words day after day. Thomas Fiffer reveals the real source of discord, how it escalates to conflict, and how to stop it from derailing your relationship.
In this examination of a problematic father-son relationship, Jim Churchill-Dicks takes the rollicking camp of the cult film Kung Fu Hustle and combines it with the manic weirdness of dreams. The result needs to be read to be believed.
Ben Martin needed the rudest wake up call imaginable to learn to take responsibility for his actions in life and in his marriage.
In living in a world with 6.75 billion other human beings, we run up against each other all the time. Theresa Byrne wants you not to take things so personally.
With 100,000 people killed and 10 million displaced, is there hope for peace in Syria? Yes. But only if we can overcome the self-defeating psychology of revenge.
Even the best relationships have conflict. But the trick to long-lasting and stable love is knowing how to battle it out in a healthy way.
Thomas Pluck believes that wars battle on until everyone touched by them is dead. And on and on they go.
Carlos Andrés Gómez and Adam Falkner’s poem about the swirling messages about violence and sexuality in modern manhood.
Art Eddy wants his nephews to know he loves and misses them, and that he had a good reason for not sending gifts.
John Lash believes that “people of all ages are looking for a better way to live, a better way to address struggle, and a better way to be in the world.”
Brandon L. Greene looks at who hold the reins of power and how this might be equalized.
Charlie Houpert reminds us that living the life of your dreams requires work.
The hardest part of moving forward is allowing ourselves to forgive, Orin J Hahn has a few role models on why that is the most important step.
Since there seems to be legislative confusion over how to label a gender-neutral bathroom, Sam Killerman has a solution.
Is falling in love a magical, supernatural thing? Or, is it actually just an eons old function of human survival? Paul Hudson ponders in this piece.
Kristie Christie sets the record straight this Easter Sunday on 10 things Jesus wasn’t.
This week, my daughter turned 10, and two things occurred to me. The first was how the heck do I have a 10-year-old.
Cort Ruddy has assembled a list of 17 sure-fire ways you can tell if your house might be crawling with children
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Mark Greene asks, how is it that empathic men have been collectively tagged as “easily hurt” or “delicately aware?” Who made that decision?
David Packman went paddleboarding to try to get outside his own head, but it takes a chance encounter with a stranger to get him there.
Kermet Apio on birthday parties, the dreaded bouncy house, and gift bags filled with toys that implode like a Mission Impossible cassette.
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