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Filed Under:Society & Culture / Men's Interest
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Archived Since:January 10, 2011

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Men, it’s Okay to be Sad

You aren’t suffering because you’re sad, you’re suffering because you’re resisting being sad. The post Men, it’s Okay to be Sad appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Money’s Blessing, Money’s Curse

Is money liberating or isolating, is it used to the betterment or detriment of society and individual? The post Money’s Blessing, Money’s Curse appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Dad Hilariously Illustrates The Things His 3-Year-Old Says

Like most 3-year-olds, Harper Grace says her share of silly things. Unlike most 3-year-olds, however, she has a dad who turns them into hilarious illustrations. The post Dad Hilariously Illustrates The Things His 3-Year-Old Says appeared first on The Good Men Project.

You Can Change Your Life By Refusing to Be Part of ‘Impatient America’

You don't know how to relax properly and it's time to change that. The post You Can Change Your Life By Refusing to Be Part of ‘Impatient America’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Sports Explained: Weightlifting

Snatch It. Clean It. Jerk It. Shiney Sparks Explains. The post Sports Explained: Weightlifting appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Former Islamist Founds Gay-Friendly Mosque

When the story broke about the world's first "gay-friendly mosque," it went viral. But the most interesting part of the story was unsaid: the man behind the mosque grew up as a hard-core Islamist. The post Former Islamist Founds Gay-Friendly Mosque appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Man Makes Magical Waves

Or is he made from wave magic? The post Man Makes Magical Waves appeared first on The Good Men Project.

What is Magical Thinking and Do We Grow Out of it?

There is a part of your mind that absolutely refuses to grow up. The post What is Magical Thinking and Do We Grow Out of it? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

What Exactly Does a Failed Building Demolition Look Like?

This is just to show that everyone has a bad day on the job. The post What Exactly Does a Failed Building Demolition Look Like? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Suit Up: Advice For Men From A Woman Working In Fashion

Put on a suit once in awhile, listen intently, open doors and don’t talk about your ex. Dawn Estenor doesn’t think it’s too much to ask of modern gentlemen. The post Suit Up: Advice For Men From A Woman Working In Fashion appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Dear John: Manipulating People

Dear John tackles roommates with offensive hobbies, fifth wheels, and gifts for boyfriends when the girlfriend is on a budget. The post Dear John: Manipulating People appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Join the Conversation: The Good Men Project Comes to Your Inbox

We make it easy for you to get The Good Men Project. How easy? We put it somewhere you already go. Yes, maybe even there. The post Join the Conversation: The Good Men Project Comes to Your Inbox appeared first on The Good Men Projec...

3 Reasons Why It’s Important to Teach our Kids Ninja Skills

Larry Hagner of The Good Dad Project is training ninjas. Here's why. The post 3 Reasons Why It’s Important to Teach our Kids Ninja Skills appeared first on The Good Men Project.

How to Make the Most of Your Life Transitions

If the new year is looming with too many unknowns, Shannon Kolakowski can provide you with some direction. The post How to Make the Most of Your Life Transitions appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why I Hope Chelsea Clinton Has a Son

Mark Sherman believes that if Chelsea Clinton has another baby, its gender could make a big difference for boys and men in America. The post Why I Hope Chelsea Clinton Has a Son appeared first on The Good Men Project.

11 Traps That Hold You Back After Divorce

You thought getting through the holidays would mean feeling better. If you're not, Lisa Arends offers some insight as to why. The post 11 Traps That Hold You Back After Divorce appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Here’s What Happens When Santa Doesn’t Deliver

The parenting lessons of what happens when Santa doesn't deliver. The post Here’s What Happens When Santa Doesn’t Deliver appeared first on The Good Men Project.

A Dad’s Sad Good-Bye to the Baby Years

In a conversation with his two-year old daughter, blogger Ian Colvin realized that he is about to say good bye to the "baby years" forever. He's not sure he is ready. The post A Dad’s Sad Good-Bye to the Baby Years appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Reflections on Old Age from a Young Man

Is Age a number, a state of mind, or what our bodies do? Jeremy Brunger considers "that awful specter". The post Reflections on Old Age from a Young Man appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Best of Ditching the Dunce Cap 2014

Aaron Voyles writes about what he's seen and learned about college men from working with and around them. Some of his insights might surprise you. The post The Best of Ditching the Dunce Cap 2014 appeared first on The Good Men Proje...

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