Another Good Year for The Good Men Project

You keep us inspired, hopeful, and willing to have the tough conversations. Join us as we look back on this past year and where we plan to go in 2016.

A Devastating Divide: The Conversation We Aren’t Having About Sexual Assault

Teaching men about consent is everyone’s responsibility, not just women’s.

Forget Self-Help: Grab a Scotch and Start Talking

When was the last time a self-help book bought you a drink and let you vent about your job … and ex-spouse? Yup, that’s what I thought.

Why I Write: To Start a Conversation, and to Stop One

One teen shares why she loves words.

I Don’t Know How to Explain the World To My Daughter Tonight

In the wake of the #SanBernardino shootings, Benjamin Mullen struggles to find the words to talk to his daughter about how to remain safe. But he knows he must try.

‘Why I Write’ Series: A Call for Submissions

We want to hear the story of the “why” behind your words.

A Little More Conversation

DiaryDad’s kids are ready to be part of the conversation; now if only he could see that. I blew it with my kids the one night a little over a year ago… The worst part about it is that I didn’t realize it until after I had started to get mad at them for a situation that […]

Comment of the Day: ‘What do I know about being a man? If I come up with something, I’ll get back to you.’

Comment of the Day was by D, on the post “A Message to Women, It’s Not Us vs. Men”

How to Give Someone Bad News

The experts at Wellcast share tips on how to break bad news to family members, friends, and co-workers.

Ditch Approach Anxiety Once and For All

Here’s how you can turn approach anxiety into reach out success minus the cold sweats and furtive glances…

Comment of the Day: “Cheating is inherently a shock, because, at least before that betrayal is discovered, only the cheater knows it has occurred.”

This comment was by D. on the post “Is Cheating Really That Bad?”

We Eat Stereotypes For Lunch Around Here

Join The Good Men Project community. It’s the conversation no one else is having. Even after all these years.

Endless Encores: The Art of Repeating Success (An Excerpt on ‘People’)

Ken Goldstein has written a business parable designed to give clear insights about how to repeat your greatest success and not be a “one hit wonder”. Here is an excerpt.

“A Glimpse of What Enlightened Masculinity Might Look Like” Become a Premium Member of The Good Men Project

Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.

Participatory Media: Somewhere Between a Media Company and a Community

The Good Men Project is the best type of participatory media. We encourage you to participate. We help you succeed

4 Powerful Ways To Melt Their Heart

Jordan Gray doles out four tried and true methods for making your significant other feel significant again.

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