The Good Men Project is launching Social Interest Groups. Join the group that is working to change the perception of and destigmatize mental health issues
Non-discrimination is key.
These guys are living life to the fullest.
The stigma that male soldiers should be strong and heroic needs to be broken.
Anger, sadness, and fear can become harmful rather quickly. Is there a healthy way of responding to them?
Kim Williams shares the fall was hard. Recovery is hard too, but possible.
A poem on the stigma’s of mental illness in India.
Yesterday—in front of my two younger children—I nearly choked to death on my grilled chicken dinner. What should have simply released a heavy sigh of relief in my wife’s ear at bedtime contorted into a sleepless night of revisiting another recent near miss: Last month I wanted to take my own life. The two brushes…
The Good Men Project teamed up with Stigma Fighters on this special project to bring to the fore the stories of men living with mental illness. If you would like to submit your story to this project, please see our call for submissions. The Good Men Project: Chris Farber, My Secret Is Out: I…
Isaac James Baker shares his personal story of how his psychiatric drugs helped to save his life, as he battled anorexia, anxiety and depression.
Chris Farber shares his story of living with OCD
Is the fear of stigma really worth it?
What I’ve learned from being my brother’s health advocate in a system filled with more stigma than compassion.
My hearing loss is genetic, as is the stigma I inherited from my father. When I had my own kids, I knew it was time to break the cycle.
The real story of mental illness is about recovery, not violence.
In honor of Mental Health Month, The Good Men Project presents some of its best writings on mental health.