BLINK AND YOU’LL MAKE IT WORK
Some of our favorite stories and confessions by men, highlighting The Good Men Project’s original mission of creating a space for men to tell their stories and support one another.
Lend us your words. We talk every day about the personal growth of men, the societal pressures on men, how the world is changing as it reflects on the male identity, and how men evolve and help change the world.
We all can agree that if Earth dies, we die
Looking back on the last decade of my life, it’s scary how fast it’s happened. We’re all used to hearing, “if you don’t know how to use it, time will pass you by”, but in this video I want to take you past tired clichés and drill down to a true feeling of gratitude.
It’s lightning like we’ve never seen before.
“That’s what happens when you are dragged across the ocean.”
A question from Khalani on why, with modern day dating, most men are hesitant to jump into a relationship.
Chase desperately wanted to go play Nerf guns with a group of kids he met over a year ago. His dad has to gently let him know it’s not in the cards today.
Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz talks about learning from the negative example of his “stereotypical jerk-off irresponsible abusive womanizer” dad, the painful lessons of his own infidelity, and the ritual of getting clipped…by his barber.
Hernandez had stage 3 CTE, Boston University School of Medicine exam shows.
Both gulf and border – black highways stitched and caked with rock salt.
The best way to get over an argument with your significant other is by having one simple, yet effective, conversation.
The fishing crew just wanted to put a tag on the marlin to help them track fish migration.
“I was curious to hear what melody the birds were creating,” said Jarbas Agnelli. Is that not what art is—all things curious?
We all have people in our lives whose word we’ve learned not to believe. You’ve given them so many chances in the past that your faith in them to deliver has eroded.