Being alone isn’t always a bad thing.
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
Lessons, big and small, David Soto wishes he could impart on his younger self.
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.
Jordan Gray went on a journey to discover his fully expressed sexual self and became a better man in the process.
Louise Thayer reflects on how we move through the difficult process of self-discovery.
Getting married isn’t what it used to be. And that’s a good thing, thanks to millennials.
You’ve heard the saying, “You can’t miss what you never had?” That wasn’t true for Jose, who realized what he had missed as a closeted teen.
How dipping into your darker side can lead to a greater sense of self-discovery.
Two survivors of the war between Iraq and Iran were separated in the chaos by enemy lines, but were reunited more than twenty years later.
Jonathan Delavan discusses the reasons why art holds such powerful sway over us and is thus a powerful key to one’s personal growth.
One gay man’s reflective story proves gender is more than just a humanity issue.
Myke Macapinlac says that the best time to be in a relationship is when you don’t need to be in one. —– If you’re in your twenties and still single, take a moment to answer this question as honestly as you can: “What’s your reason for dating?” Your purpose for being in a relationship gives you…
Poet Lex Beatty shares about his life over the last year. This might be the most profoundly raw piece you will ever read regarding a man’s personal feelings about the journey to himself and his correct gender.
Sara Crolick gains new insight on the “myth of self-discovery” inviting serious questions about her goals as an individual, her constant quest to find herself and her role as a mother.
Jaime Zepeda knows there is something to be gained by spending time on your own that can’t be found with others.