Ryan Hall Shows You How to Own Your Life
Jonathan Delavan hates writing. It’s true! But he shares his reasons for writing for The Good Men Project despite his aversion to the craft.
To be “the man” in a relationship, you need to own your part of it, not hers or his.
Daniel Dowling nails the big reason we become unhappy in relationships and presents a plan to change it.
Edgar Wilson examines what it means to redefine role models for modern youth.
Jordan Gray wonders if saying “my girlfriend” versus “my woman” is really all that different.
Change is possible, if we keep our minds open and allow ourselves to explore the possibilities.
A startling confession from his wife while out with friends angered Doug Zeigler enough to explore the stereotype of men who are divorced and have kids.
Here he is: Stuart Ross happily remembers his wedding day and the moment when things became “ours” .
The following is a first person editorial. I saw an article referencing comments by writer Jim Zubkavich, who writes the largely entertaining comic Skullkickers (among other credits): Creator says creator-owned comics pay as little as $31.25 a page—if you’re lucky. On a print run of 5000 comics (and many, many creator-owned titles sell less than…
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