Overall, this leads me to the conclusion that we, whether leaders, veterans, or even just garden-variety American men, cannot publicly claim to be winning in any sense of the term.
Being a hero means you are able to stand against the wind and you are able to weather the storm, no matter how hard or long it may rain.
How can superheroes help you in your recovery?
How one dad found the inner spiritual resources to turn from his own limited ability to a higher source of help. — Dads want to protect their families—that’s a given. What’s often not as obvious is that many would never admit they need help to do it. And, in today’s world, it seems there are…
Stories have a way of making us dream. But they can also help us let go and move on to what’s next.
War memorials tend to be one sided. This one is different.
Where does the monster end and the human begin?
Let’s replace our heroes with ideas.
Reworked images by Bulimia.com prove there really isn’t any reason that all heroes have to have the same body.
Nelson Mandela touched many, many lives. Here’s one of those stories.
There’s a stereotype about men: That we think they’re kind only when they want something. Let’s change that.
Ken Goldstein is embarking on an experiment at The Good Men Project. Serializing his new novel, This Is Rage, chapter by chapter.