Our Social Interest Group is working to change the conversation on men’s mental health. We want to add your voice.
Jed Diamond shares his experience with mental illness, and how to heal with it.
I was always scared, as much as I didn’t want to be my mother, I was.
The Good Men Project is launching Social Interest Groups. Join the group that is working to change the perception of and destigmatize mental health issues
Kevin Hall finds the source of his greatest strength.
In honor of Mental Health Month, The Good Men Project presents some of its best writings on mental health.
Sometimes life is not just facing a simple challenge. Sometimes it is more than one. Kevin Hall shares his fight with cancer, while bipolar disorder tied his emotional hands.
Yesterday Kevin Hall shared about his challenge with Cancer. That was nothing compared to dealing with his bipolar disorder. He tells us why.
Liza Long looks to her son as a mentor.___In the third week of September 16 years ago, I met my second son for the first time. A difficult pregnancy with preterm labor and several long, tedious weeks of bed rest concluded anticlimactically with an apparently healthy baby born on his due date, a relatively easy…
Aaron J. Smith is a wonderful father who lives with bipolar disorder. ___ I was diagnosed bipolar in August of 2008.The diagnoses made so much sense out of the life I was living, out of the lows and highs I kept jumping between. It made sense out of the crazy stories from my early 20’s, out of…
We must not let stereotypes, fear, and personal bias blind us from understanding mental health disorders.
Is fighting a symptom of something else wrong with the couple, maybe communication is lacking or nonexistent?
Challenging the cliche of another fallen Rock God.
Many men fear that bringing their suffering to light will serve only to emasculate them. Let’s break the stigma.
I battle a disease that has no physical ailment, no test and no proven cure.
Suicide survivor Madison Rae shares her story, and thanks her husband, who stayed through her mental illness “in sickness and in health.”