What do you regret from your teen years? If you could go back, what would you do differently?
The Good Men Project will be running posts on the subject of adolescent regrets. Do you have a memory that haunts you? Is there something you wish you could change from your past while you were a teen? If you could talk to a teen version of yourself, what would you tell them? What relationships shattered to pieces? Who did you hurt, whether accidentally or purposely? What bad choices did you make? What toxic people left a thumbprint on your life? What lessons did you learn? What do you wish you could have done differently? How have you learned to live with your regrets?
We are looking for written submissions that are 700-1,200 words in length, but we would also like to run multi-media posts — videos, photo essays, audio — anything that reflects on the theme and is also part of The Good Men Project brand story. Read our About Page for more on what we do and how we look at the world. Or email below and ask for our contributor presentation to learn more.
Email submissions (or questions) to Noah Brand at firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, July 13 for consideration.
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