Getting Better: Exposure Work with Disclosing a Diagnosis

Steve Colori reflects on a conversation with his doctor, and how it weaved into the plan to disclose his diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder to the outside world.

What it Was Like: My Life Before Mental Illness

Steve Colori reflects on his life as a college student, before his diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder changed everything.

Living in Silence and Withholding a Diagnosis

What truly tests a man’s integrity? Author Steve Colori reflects on the moment he revealed his diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder to his friends.

The Conversation I Was Never Prepared to Have

How one doctor’s appointment felt like a life sentence for one writer.

Buckle Up: Sex, Blackmail and Game Theory

John Edale explains how to get what you want, by limiting your own options.

Preparation to Die

What does a psychologist do when despair leads to suicidal thoughts?

No Longer a Victim

Donald D’Haene was on ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’—twice—as a survivor of sexual abuse, not a victim.

A Hot Chip off the Old Block

Pete Bate braces himself and takes his teenager to his first concert.

Take Care of Yourself And Your Soul

Donald D’Haene has endured the insensitivity of strangers since coming out as a survivor of sexual assault 30 years ago. He offers a response to Todd Akin’s declarations on rape, and advice for survivors of any gender.

When Marriages End: Mistakes Men Make

Men are encouraged to tell the people in their inner circles when their marriages are ending.

Disclosures: Finding a Voice for the Boy

Rob Brown discusses the difficulties and barriers to disclosing his childhood sexual abuse.