If someone tells you that they don’t care what other people think, they are fooling themselves.
This comment was by Michael Michalchik, on Facebook, in reply to the post “The Good Men Project: A Space for Nurturing Ideas.”
The movie “99 Homes” explores what happens when a good man tries to become successful by emulating the man who crushed him. Ray Bechard reviews the movie and explores the themes behind it.
This PSA about domestic violence may look like a prank call, but it’s the reason Cheryl Treadway is alive today.
Eddy Baller, with six ways you can ‘pay it forward’ this holiday season.
Dave Stopera from Buzzfeed shares 11 great pictures to restore your faith in humankind.
This is humanity at its finest, in an Australian train station.
After a week of dragging my butt home each day, feeling a bit smaller and more beaten each day, I needed to change something. Off went the shoes. Walking out to work and arriving home was now strictly a barefoot affair.
For Graham Phoenix, being good means going beyond what he feels inside himself into what he feels about the world outside. Here, explores just what that means.
Award-winning poet and journalist Cameron Conaway on why he thinks The Good Men Project is a mission worth keeping alive.
GMP executive editor James Stafford on what a cruddy guy like him is doing in a nice place like this.
“Yesterdays goodness isn’t good enough”, says Jackie Summers
Craig Playstead is humbled—once again—by his son and a simple truth about Santa.
Happiness is always a choice. Jackson Bliss breaks down the first 10 ways to personal happiness
Shasta Townsend explains the process of healing trauma in order to love again.
According to Cameron Conaway, “There’s nothing inherently wrong with good deeds, we desperately need them, but our increasingly interconnected world is crying out for more.”