Ryan W. Bradley squirms through a film about a man like he was, not long ago: undiagnosed, violent, and about to hit bottom.
Music helps us soundtrack our lives—Join our Social Interest Group to experience music and discuss the ways music enhances memories and experiences.
How to save yourself with a powerful inner dialogue.
The energetic vibration of shame is so low, it is near death.
How the king of the down and out, brought me up and out.
Jed Diamond shares his experience with mental illness, and how to heal with it.
I have bipolar. My ah ha moment just happened. Bipolar emotions can be dealt with if you deal with yourself first.
We have a pandemic preoccupation with productivity we are obsessed with productivity.
Watch out! I’m Bipolar — the “bad” kind. Bipolar I.
Fearless, explicit, beautiful and dark. Nothing is off the table in this brave new bipolar memoir.
How to find the most important word you need in your mental health vocabulary.
I started talking about my failed relationship on Twitter a few days after it ended. I talked about how I felt, what it was like to miss someone, and how I used self-care and other healthy recovery techniques to cope with the loss.
Therapy is about more than showing up and spilling your guts. It’s a relationship that requires work from both players.
In honor of Mental Health Month, The Good Men Project presents some of its best writings on mental health.
Our Social Interest Group is working to change the conversation on men’s mental health. We want to add your voice.
I was always scared, as much as I didn’t want to be my mother, I was.