Chris Morris interviews a fellow writer about living with physical and emotional pain.
David Packman takes a look at the vicious circle of anxiety and chronic illness
Dann Alexander talks honestly about going back on psychiatric medication.
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The Good Men Project teamed up with Stigma Fighters on this special project to bring to the fore the stories of men living with mental illness. If you would like to submit your story to this project, please see our call for submissions. The Good Men Project: Chris Farber, My Secret Is Out: I…
Isaac James Baker shares his personal story of how his psychiatric drugs helped to save his life, as he battled anorexia, anxiety and depression.
Life was perfect, except he was miserable. Until a medical crisis forced him to get help and rethink his priorities.
Matthew Turner reminds us what it really takes (and means) to be successful, free, and happy in business.
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Join The Good Men Project and Stigma Fighters in sharing stories of real men living with mental illness.
I was hospitalized with a serious disease, but apparently, I had bigger problems.
Sometimes the things we do to try and feel better actually make us feel worse.
When you’re a 6’2″ 210-pound, gay, black male the bad guys might be out to get you. But you can still have an open heart.
Getting a handle on our feelings helps control the responses.
People suffering with mental illness need to set the factors identifying acceptable and unacceptable word choices used to describe their diagnoses and conditions. It’s time to support these meaningful members of the population.
Ninety percent of times, fear of failure is entirely internal.