Men Can Share Tears and Joy, Not Let Them Bottle Up and Explode

I finally learned that to love and keep a partner, I have first to accept myself, and then not be afraid to share my feelings of vulnerability with her.

It’s Okay for Boys to Cry

Why we should raise emotionally healthy men.

Why Saying ‘I Don’t Mind’ Ruined My Relationship

All she really wanted was for him to be him.

5 Ways to Escape Falling Prey to the Anger Trap

Avoiding getting caught in this emotion is important for good health, improved social interactions, and increased performance at work.

Men Find Solutions, not Judgement with Hypnotherapy

It’s simply logical.

There’s No Shame in Shame

New research suggests there is an evolutionary benefit to a feeling most would rather not feel—shame.

The Time Traveler

Trying to enjoy the moment, but being reminded of all the heartbreak.

Help! I’m Stuck in the Dreaded Friend Zone

You like her a whole lot more than she likes you. Now what?

Why Men Kick Ass at Handmade Gifts

Men don’t get enough credit when it comes to understanding what their partners really want.

I Have Nothing Without Your Love

You give me feelings I’ve never had. You make me want to be a better man.

The Importance of Being Authentic

It may not always be easy, but the benefits are truly worth it.

Dear Men: It’s OK to Let Your Feelings Out. Really!

An open letter to men that women need to read too.

Loving Cats Says Something About Your Humanity

If your special man has an appreciation for cats then you may have just found “the one.”

There Will Be Bullies: How My Son Internalizes What We Do at The Good Men Project

My ten-year-old son, no longer a little boy, is empowered, and practices what I preach

I Don’t Know What it Feels Like to Be a Man, So Show Me

If you don’t show me how you feel, can you blame me if I believe what I see?

Making A Relationship Gratitude List: How To Set A Positive Tone For The New Year

The easiest way to be happy in your relationship is to identify what makes you grateful about the other person. If the list is short you have to look harder . . . or for another person.