Despite temptation, you can stay true to yourself, your partner, and your relationship.
I started putting cream in my coffee, because black coffee without a square is like corn flakes without the milk. I made changes, and I made it a week, a month, a year
When it comes to facing addiction, focusing on getting addicted to something healthy can be key.
Highlights from The Good Men Project. Maybe you missed them, maybe not, but we think they’re worth a look.
How do you replace a shrinking (and dying) customer base? Get the new generation hooked.
Naomi Fryers broke up with her disability employment service provider after they put her in a compromising position.
Carl Bosch is just looking for a little honesty. And sometimes he finds it.
Husband and father Nick Geurts has assembled a list of reasons why he can’t justify smoking any longer.
Neil Silberblatt remembers a friend, taken before his time, in this quiet slice-of-life.
A daughter’s photography choices, a friend who wants credit for an idea, and a boyfriend who lied about a pot pipe.
A chronic illness prompts a proposal for an affair, a girlfriend who won’t quit smoking, and a friend who stole a work project.
“If we found a way to remove addiction, would we be altering human behavior that we might find out later to be a core element of our humanity?”
This is a comment by Thaddeus Howze on the post “What Marijuana Means to Me”.
Despite men being statistically less healthy than women, global health funding has been largely focused on women.
For Adam Olenn, romantic memories of drinking in Paris are overshadowed by the specter of alcoholism.
“People tend to have more success replacing harmful drugs with less harmful drugs than avoiding them all together cold turkey.”
If you’ve ever been addicted to something, were you able to break the addiction completely? Or did you end up just changing the object of your addiction?