Ironically, after sitting in this group for a little while and hearing the students speak, I almost wanted to reel them back, to say “you don’t only have to share your deepest darkest secrets, you can also lighten up and have a laugh!”
Where and what our kids are learning about drugs can affect their perception of using them.
I want to know: Are you really brave enough to have the difficult conversations in your relationships?
Don’t forget to include Fido in your health improvement goals and soon the whole family will be on the right path to good health.
We need to use this as an opportunity to better ourselves
I can’t imagine ever having to have this conversation with my kids, but if I do, I hope I can do it as well as this family did.
The secret to a great relationship and mind-blowing, soul-shaking sex is difficult conversations.
Instead of teaching women how to avoid assault, let’s teach men that rape is wrong.
The good news change is most effective when we all bind together.
Deborah Greene spoke the most painful words to her children.
Connie K. Grier shares tips on how parents can support their kids in mending sibling squabbles.
In the wake of Charleston, TJ Trent says we don’t have to avoid difficult discussions at work.
Samson Forney ponders why men can’t be serious when talking about female sexuality.
Winifred Reilly wants you to know how to have the conversations you’d rather not have with your spouse.
At The Good Men Project, we have the difficult conversations. We ask the difficult questions. We don’t shy away from the provocative. We tackle both sides of polarizing topics. We go for multiple POV’s on cultural events that affect men. Why do we set out to do something so extraordinarily difficult?
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