Jonathan Delavan hates writing. It’s true! But he shares his reasons for writing for The Good Men Project despite his aversion to the craft.
Kris Bigalk uses the Narcissus myth to comment on loss and love’s persistence.
Steven Lake examines how his wife improves his life even when when he doesn’t like it.
Ty Phillips challenges us to spend time each day reflecting instead of looking in the mirror or the camera lens.
In the face of his toddler’s rejection, Ty Phillips reminds us of the real reason we meet others’ needs.
People see vanity as a flaw in others. Should we?
Many people find the pressure of the giving season overwhelming. Thomas Fiffer offers a balanced perspective on generosity.
Thomas Fiffer (selfishly) believes that looking out for #1 makes you a better mate.
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Finding the love of your life doesn’t necessarily require doing more. It often involves you doing less.
Jackson Bliss explains why driving, social disconnection and cultural narcissism are all interconnected
Not everything is a contest, but you can always be a winner. Here’s how.
It is a commonly held belief that, some 2,000 years ago, a book, in complete form—edited with annotations—fell from the heavens.
Jackson Bliss, the New Good Men Project’s Relationships, Love and Sex Editor, wants to read your stories