A husband shares insights into what a guy might be thinking when he’s quiet.
How can you keep a conversation going with a complete stranger, and create that “connected” feeling?
While many of us rely heavily on technology for communication, we still need to talk to people in the real world.
Sam Pittman considers the relationship between poetry and more prosaic forms of communication in this father-son poem.
Dameyon Bonson argues that, despite the popular stereotype, men do talk about their emotions, fears, and anxieties, but oftentimes, they just aren’t heard.
Relationships need good communication. When we invest time in asking each other questions, we save time having to make up for assumptions and mistakes.
Ben Stich was challenged by a GMP reader to offer tips for talking that would make partners want to tune in. Challenge accepted.
Duran Price shows how listening to the feelings behind the words allows extraordinary human connection.
Adam Cherepski charts the many subtle and not-so-subtle ways that our language regresses once we become parents
You tell yourself: cool! this’ll be fun. Even if you know that is a damnable lie.
Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt believes women yearn to be find men who will be open to her in 3 ways.
Stephen Parrish had an imaginary childhood companion. One he never completely let go.
While we get settled in for our BBQs, the NBA and NHL playoffs were in full swing, men were driving cars fast around the track in Indy, and the French Open got underway. The sporting week…in quotes.
Thomas Pluck believes that wars battle on until everyone touched by them is dead. And on and on they go.
A story of how one man finds himself on the brink of losing his home after many self-induced mistakes.
The man who is willing to take advice to improve will always be the better partner in a relationship. James Michael Sama tells us how.
We can’t keep pretending that most of our wars have been noble or worthwhile, so where does that put us on Memorial Day?
My child has many teachers. Some of their voices need to be drowned out.
Sean Davis gives a haunting first-person account of the inhumanity (and the humanity) of war.
I slept. I dreamt. I rose.
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.