Meatloaf for the Soul

We don’t age alone. This can be both a comfort and a wake up call.

The Life of a Bipolar Dad

Yesterday Kevin Hall shared about his challenge with Cancer. That was nothing compared to dealing with his bipolar disorder. He tells us why.

One Dad’s Lucky Streak — He Got Cancer Twice

What? Lucky to get testicular cancer? Kevin A. Hall takes us along through the pain and perspectives of surviving cancer not just once but twice.

7 Ways That Men Can Save World (for All Time)

There’s still time left to save the world, and it’s all up to you.

4 Keys to Surviving Life’s Ugly Seasons

Here’s how to navigate through difficult times.

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.

How to Get Out of Bed and Face Another Day When You Just Want to Quit

Advice from Mike Berry on finding hope when parenting feels hopeless.

Next Time You’re in Chicago

A promise of hope.

In Fact, Someone Does Believe in the Song ‘Imagine’

In the “Conversation No One is Having”, GMP Editor Rob Watson takes on Editor Jeremy McKeen’s assertion that “no one believes in the song “Imagine.” Rob found someone.

How to Observe Good Friday

The heaviness of Good Friday invites all people to reject escapism and recognize the brutality of the world. And the hope of overcoming it.

One Man’s Story of What He Learned While in Haiti

Haiti may be a mystery to you, but the people want to teach you about hope.

On Sunday We Slide Into the Mud of Our Dreams

William Reichard brings us an evocative poem of loss and, perhaps, hope.

Lon Michael’s Gallery Will Soon See the Light in Palm Springs

Diagnosed with an infection in his optic nerve, Michaels would never see again. Yet, with the help of friends, he was able to find his passion again.

A Boy’s Dream: On Uncertainty, Hope and Reaching Out

What makes a man human? A young cancer patient reaches out to Dwayne Johnson for inspiration, but what he gets in return is priceless.

4 Ways Depression Impacts Masculinity

In my lifelong battle with anxiety and depression, I have learned a lot about myself as a person and as a man.

Bringing Religion Into the Relationship

I think if you’re the “more religious” person in the relationship, it’s important to remember that not everything is going to make sense to the other person.