Today, may you walk and remember all that you have lost along the way, but allow yourself the kindness of seeing all that you’ve found in exchange.
Remember that opposites attract: negative/positive, hot/cold, boy/boy?
Anuja Ghimire juxtaposes the personal and the political in her recollection of the 1991 assassination of Indian ex-Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
“I’m telling you I’m going away, and I don’t know if I’ll be back.”
Tina Cane recalls the glories of a rough and tumble NYC childhood.
Partners of those who grew up with tragic parenting are shocked by our capacity for self-loathing.
Marc Frazier reminds us of how easily marriage and family life can become perfunctory.
John Pavlovitz can clearly remember the day he chose to be heterosexual – here he writes about his story.
Childhood obesity can be tackled from birth – so why aren’t we doing anything about it?
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
The key is to take the first step. Recognize and admit you have a problem.
Once our body’s stress system is impaired, it remains in a constant state of stress.
Every generation has its own Superman—does this generation have it right?
How do we support our partner when feeling unsupported? Kyle Benson has some answers for this tricky situation.
Pepper Trail’s poem is a striking meditation on the impermanence of the interrelated natural and human worlds.
Army veteran and GMP favorite Dwight Gray shares a winning poem on war, socialization, and one boy’s path to soldierhood.