Surviving the Stresses of Life, A Dad Discovers His Own Father Did Pretty Well After All


Jeff Jackson strives to live up to the standards of being a “good dad,” and does the best he can. As he ponders what that means, he realizes his own dad was pondering the same thing.

Untangling the Lines Between Love and Codependency


Rachael from Divorced Moms on untangling herself from a tough relationship.

Friendship and Neediness


To truly understand your potential, you must first accept your failures.

Preparedness Simplified

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Disaster preparedness for those with a busy life.

A Post (Part Four of Four) For People Wanting to Enter the Job Market


Vaughan Granier on how to own the interview and get the job.

A Man’s Guide to Surviving Unemployment

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5 tips on navigating a hostile job market with focus and calm from Steve Harper, a life-long freelancer.

A Compassionate Approach to Homelessness

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It’s possible to provide a handout that is also a hand up writes Chris Hicke. And Utah is showing how.

Hedonistic Fitness, Hipster Haircuts and Logan’s Run


Ben Musholt reflects on a cult classic, “Mad Skills” and the future of fitness.

Dewey Nielsen – Movement Maverick


Dewey Nielsen moving with ease and imagination.

“My friend is a recovering road rageaholic.”

Road Rageaholic photo by tonythemisfit

This Comment of the Day is by Steve Horsmon on the post Love and Anger Are Close Cousins

On Raising Kids Not to Bully (Or to Be Bullied)

The antidote to bullying

Julie Gillis looks at ways you can help your child grow up to not be a bully — and, equally important, how to not have them be a victim of bullying.

“I wish my dad had taught me to: tell great stories, pray, forgive, draw, and how to talk and burp at the same time.”


These are comments by Elvin Turner, Taylor Garcia, JD Robeeto on the post “25 Life Skills a Father Can Give His Son”.

“Am I the only one who thinks that if a dating relationship needs couples counseling it probably is doomed already?”


These are comments by J.A. Drew Diaz, goodguys2greatmen, and jerry stocking on the post “How to Become a Passion Master”.

How Long Would It Take You to Get a New Job?

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Any response other than “a couple of weeks” and you’re at risk.

US College Grads Under-Qualified for Employment

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Kirk McDonald tells the cold, hard truth about finding jobs after graduation.

Become an Intern with The Good Men Project

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Interns/apprentices wanted now.