Perhaps there is a new masculinity unfolding. Perhaps this is the beginning.
The words were simple: “I’m sorry to hear about your father.” But for a young girl, they had an impact that spanned decades.
Gun violence stats for the US in 2018 will make ‘any reasonable person nauseous’.
When there is no logical argument left to be made, you try to get people not to care. #Trolling101
Lisa Hickey was beautiful twice, and she hated herself for it.
Maybe the real outrage over the “Too Pretty For Math” shouldn’t be in the gender wars department. The real outrage should be that there’s a whole group of people in our society that ends up being “Too Poor For Math.” Where are those t-shirts? Where is that protest?
Whether it is from an accident, suicide, violence, drugs, heart failure or other ‘gone too soon’ reason—find out if they played contact sports.
There are no simple, magic bullet solutions. But there are some frameworks we can use to help us have greater empathy for those going through the illness of depression.
Want to be on the right side of history? Show up for the events that change its course. #MarchForOurLives
Lisa Hickey wonders why we seem to have a problem with people who are clear, direct and assertive.
Publisher Lisa Hickey and Good Men Project Premium Members have a weekly phone call. And no one else is having a conversation quite like this.
This may be THE question for the 21st century. We’re talking about it on The Good Men Project.
This does not mean we won’t survive. But we will need to be prepared for continual upheaval and instability.
Lisa Hickey believes that some words are used to create intimacy and some to marginalize. How do we use them to marginalize less and connect more?
We hear this a lot lately—“We like not just that you are changing the world, but we like HOW you are creating that change.”