Men’s addiction specialist Dan Griffin asks how addiction impacts the decision to have or deal with children.
Can energy drinks cap the potential of one’s recovery and happiness in life?
Dan Griffin believes that addiction treatments will be more effective when we treat men as men.
There is no way I can understand who I am as a father without understanding who I am as a son.
Dan Griffin, on why intimacy, love, and sex are much more powerful together than they are apart.
How much are you limiting your relationships by framing intimacy in terms of sex? Dan Griffin talks about his own experiences.
The first time Dan Griffin asks a woman out in recovery, the intensity of the experience is overwhelming.
Daddy can soothe Baby to sleep as well as Mommy.
Dan Griffin thinks there’s a place for single-gender spaces, so long as the people involved are genuinely of good will.
Who do you turn to when you fight with your partner?
Sobriety teaches a man the paradoxical power of powerlessness.
Dan Griffin works to balance it all – career, family, travel, you name it. But at the end of the day, his work-life balance is focused on his family.
Who calls and reserves a table for one in a restaurant? Dan Griffin has learned to enjoy his own company.
Being fearless consists of much more than denying what you’re afraid of, Dan Griffin writes.
It’s up to us, Dan Griffin writes, to decide if anything good will come out of the Penn State scandal.
Dan Griffin meditates on masculinity, fear, and the importance of always questioning your beliefs.