One psychiatrist argues that soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder may be the unsung champions of strength in gender identity.
Sometimes pain and grief are necessary agents of growth in our lives.
‘Men can talk about their lives in meaningful ways with other men. They just need the time and space to do it.’
Expectations of fathers have never been higher. Chen Oren counsels guys on how to handle those expectations and be the best dad they can be.
Many men lack self-confidence and are busy upholding that facade to friends, coworkers, or partners.
For 25 percent of men with ED, medication can be ineffective—since their difficulties are largely psychological. To avoid performance anxiety, men and their partners should reframe their ideas of good sex.
Does “sexual minority stress” cause gay men to fear emotional commitment and pursue open relationships?
Guys tend not to share their feelings, even with close friends. As a result, we miss out on the mental and physical health benefits that come with expressing emotion.
Men are more promiscuous than women, but that doesn’t mean we should buy the cultural fallacy that men are programmed to cheat. The vast majority of men are happily, naturally monogamous.
Even stellar relationships lose their spark over time. Here are the ingredients of a lasting, fruitful partnership, and techniques for weathering the stormy periods.
Should non-violent men take responsibility for other men’s violence? Debate rages on.
As SPSMM’s editor for contributions to the Good Men Project Magazine, I’d like to respond to some points made by Mr. Paul Elam (“Men and Violence: Blaming the Blameless“) in response to an article written by Chris Kilmartin, Ph.D., (“Violence Is a Men’s Issue“). Elam notes that Kilmartin did not explicitly reference any research in…
The majority of men aren’t violent, but violence is a men’s issue, and all of us have a stake in reducing it.
Why do men feel the need to prove their masculinity?