We asked men from around the country, What are you addicted to? This is what they told us.
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Ron Tannebaum shares his story of the luxurious wealth and crippling addiction that came with smuggling, dealing, and ultimately abusing cocaine and heroin.
Dan Griffin believes: “This is where we have to start: by eradicating the stigma of men talking about abuse.”
A big part of being a Good Man in this weird, wild century involves not eating like an asshole. Josh Tyson tells you how.
Why do we fail so spectacularly at treating addiction? Maybe because we’ve never been able to agree on what it is.
Matthew Rozsa discusses a struggle unique to autistic individuals in PhD programs.
With countries like Germany and France already encouraging people to avoid wireless technology, David Packman discusses why a proactive consciousness is required to balance the benefits with the potential adverse health effects.
Rick Belden, with a haunting poem of abuse, the ramifications, and how to move forward
Gabi Coatsworth thought she’d dodged the bipolar bullet when her second son was diagnosed as depressed.
The time has come for a new conversation about our emotional healing.
Instead of looking for sympathy, Joe Weinberg had an unlikely reaction: He wished the cancer had been worse.
Teaching prisoners to be counselors proved to be a perspective-changing experience for Dan Griffin.
Is addiction really a “special gift” that, if harnessed, can be used for good rather than evil?
Trigger warning for discussion of eating disorders.While I will back up the assertions that my fellow contributors have made on this blog — that men can be every bit as visually appealing as women — I worry that we’re starting to objectify a certain ideal hotness with regards to men which is something that I think should be…
I am not a musician. Nor am I famous. I’m just this guy who had the opportunity to slay a similar demon and continue living. And I was twenty-seven when it happened.