If you are healthy, you still have time to complete this chronically-ill bucket list.
The editors of and contributors to The Good Men Project are proud to present this collection of posts by pain warriors and caregivers
When parenting was done by only the mom, a migraine attack on her would damage the whole family. One mom shares how in her world, that isn’t so.
David Packman takes a look at the vicious circle of anxiety and chronic illness
No man should ever expect himself to walk these particular paths alone.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the term mental illness?
When you’re a parent with chronic illness, you need all the help you can get to manage life. These five tips can help you get there.
Even if attending one holiday function is the only action you can take this year…it is enough. You are enough.
Why taking your clothes off doesn’t always mean being vulnerable.
Cabot O’Callaghan captures that moment when the tidal wave of life takes you under, and you surface, grateful to be alive.
Ty Phillips lives–and parents–in the present moment, despite his chronic illness.
Sami Jankins explains what it’s like to live your whole life in and out of the hospital— and what well-meaning family and friends can do to help.
Your body gives you so much, sometimes it’s good to give back
Shawn Achor, author of “The Happiness Advantage”, offers 6 strategies for choosing happiness despite life’s challenges.
Sami Jankins explains why a diagnosis doesn’t have to alter your outlook on life and what you can seek to achieve.
Sami Jankins believes that movies and TV shows are missing the mark on an accurate portrayal of illness. How does this image affect men and perception of masculinity?