May we always treat others with the benefit of the doubt, courtesy, compassion and respect.
As we approach 2014, Ken Goldstein has four areas of concern that are nasty, messy, murky and looming in the business world: inequality, privacy, healthcare, and government gridlock. What are yours?
After mysteriously falling ill while on a tour of duty in Korea, Brad Christy was put through the ringer of medical tests. The military healthcare system couldn’t find anything wrong with him, but slapped him with a sizable medical bill anyway.
An experienced caregiver shares three tips for injecting humanity into an often cold & arbitrary heath-care system
Emergency room and inpatient procedures related to firearm injuries cost $629 million in 2010 alone.
Shoes of the Dead may be set in India, but the problems it addresses are taking place all over the world.
USPS provides essential services despite manufactured obstacles; delivery innovation and cost-savings being blocked by ulterior motives.
Toar Winter got a crash course on how the politics of his state affected him on a very personal level.
When his mother’s cancer returned, Joe Barton learned how oncologists might regard alternative therapy: as competition, rather than complement to their care.
Check out this CNN article about a man moved by faith to abandon his career, and do the right thing instead.
This week Dear John addresses a boozy colleague, a socially aggressive wife, and meds for chronic depression.
Actor John Heard talks love, devotion, honesty, and the privilege of playing a character that embodies all of those traits in a Hollywood world that obfuscates what’s really important.
Even the best relationship has conflict. Owen Marcus explains how accepting that reality frees you to learn and heal from them.
Kristie Christie interviews Todd Burpo. He asks us all to reconsider our beliefs about God and heaven because of experiences he’s shared through the eyes of his son, Colton.
The dating game these days is rough. And it’s no wonder that many people go back to dating their ex’s, even after bad breakups. Here’s why so many people opt for the familiar.
“Many were eighteen, and I was someone who might have known them socially, in another place and another time.”
In this excerpt from his new book, “My Father’s Day Gift,” Dr. David Andrews breaks down ten ways that dads can gratefully acknowledge the father figures who helped shape their development as parents.
What happens when bikers stand up for abused kids? A lot of good guys doing good work.
We have a lot of voices on GMP. Is yours getting heard?
Darlene Lancer explains how acceptance is the first step on the road to solving relationship problems.
We’re having a conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century. Care to join us? Join the 3 million people who visit our website every month.
Andrew Smiler highlights 14 aspects of sexuality that every parent should teach their sons.
“Without music, life would be a mistake.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
Jeff Perera explains his “Ladder of Masculinity” TEDx talk, and how toxic masculinity is linked to violence.
Age is just a number, but numbers are also an important part of math and you can’t do the math if the numbers don’t add up.
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