2015 at The Good Men Project was full of stories about masculinity in the 21st century. Here’s our thank you gift for being part of that conversation.
Andrew Eldredge explores the time it takes to heal and move on.
When Billy Flood was a little boy, the video for “Thriller” scared him to the core. Today he’s facing fears that are bigger and much more vast.
“The men whom I have met during the Project have each inspired me to grow in a different way. They are my heroes. What we need as men isn’t more silent suffering; it’s the willingness to tell and listen to the truth of our lives.” ~ Tom Matlack
To truly write with conviction, you need to tell the story from your heart. How many of us could do that with our entire lives?
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John Tinseth remembers the first older woman who caught his eye, and the first time he made his father laugh.
The Good Men Project wants to hear from senior men.
James Fell is proud to announce that he’s one of those guys who puts the toilet seat down.
David Raether went from TV writer to homeless in a few short years. But he always had his kids’ respect.
Carlos Andrés Gómez tells a story that will stay with you forever (video).
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A video by Eric Raymond Lim for his sister Tanya Lim who committed suicide touches Thaddeus Howze deeply. And he hopes it will touch others.
Damien Bohler sets forth on a journey of self-discovery in trying to find his authentic self, and a truly authentic relationship, with the help of dating expert Shana James.