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Archived Since:January 10, 2011

Blog Post Archive

We Asked a Sex-Ed Teacher About the State of Sex Ed in America

Melissa Garber is a sex-ed teacher, and she's here to answer your questions about the state of Sex Ed today. The post We Asked a Sex-Ed Teacher About the State of Sex Ed in America appeared first on The Good Men Project.

11 Critical Steps for Safe Online Dating

The importance of taking safety precautions to have a safe online dating experience The post 11 Critical Steps for Safe Online Dating appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Running Away That Never Happened

I learned to seek something that had a sense of purpose, I will never stop seeking but I have stopped hiding. The post The Running Away That Never Happened appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Big Mistake That Kills Her Affection

Steve Horsmon has a 7-Day challenge that just might surprise you. The post The Big Mistake That Kills Her Affection appeared first on The Good Men Project.

How is Your Financial Health?

What could you do with an extra $300-$1,200 next year? By learning to save often and repeatedly, you will be able to pay for things up front and save the interest that you would be paying to finance purchase. The post How is Your Financial Health? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

‘Staying Together for the Kids’ is Not Always the Best for Them!

As loving and logical as it may seem to maintain a marriage to protect kids, is it actually a valid point? The post ‘Staying Together for the Kids’ is Not Always the Best for Them! appeared first on The Good Men Project.

62 Million Reasons I’m Not the Same Anymore

We’re both just going to have to get used to it. The post 62 Million Reasons I’m Not the Same Anymore appeared first on The Good Men Project.

“And Yet, For Some, Life Is Over”

.A speeding Honda Accord took the life of a biker and a rickshaw driver today morning. I knew the biker. He was an acquaintance in the area I grew up in and shifted out of in 2009. He wasn’t a close friend but someone I knew in the neighborhood.Someone you played cricket on the street with… The post “And Yet, For Some, Life Is Over” appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Misinformation And Half-Truths By Climate Scientists And Pundits

Guy McPherson and Mike Sliwa take aim—a "Nature Bats Last" podcast. The post Misinformation And Half-Truths By Climate Scientists And Pundits appeared first on The Good Men Project.

4 Ways to be Nervous (and How Men Can Cure it)

Fear and anxiety can be softened and eliminated—but we have to know how to treat it. The post 4 Ways to be Nervous (and How Men Can Cure it) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Life Lessons From Three Centenarians

Wisdom worth considering The post Life Lessons From Three Centenarians appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Bourj el-Barajneh

US Army veteran Colin Halloran writes of the overshadowed 2015 Beirut bombing, its "blasts /that have no need /for linguistic shackles." The post Bourj el-Barajneh appeared first on The Good Men Project.

How to Stop Obsessing Over a Past Relationship (or Anything Else You Want to Stop Obsessing Over)

Tell us your top tips and tried-and-true tricks for turning your brain off for the night (or longer). The post How to Stop Obsessing Over a Past Relationship (or Anything Else You Want to Stop Obsessing Over) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Surfer Dude Asks TV Reporter for a Ride During a Blizzard

Does this feel like the beginning of a quirky rom-com to anyone else? The post Surfer Dude Asks TV Reporter for a Ride During a Blizzard appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Beauty and the Beast: How to Overcome Negative Reactions to Facial Disfigurement

What do we really feel when we see someone with a disfigurement, and can we challenge our prejudices? The post Beauty and the Beast: How to Overcome Negative Reactions to Facial Disfigurement appeared first on The Good Men Project.

‘Violence Will Never, Ever Stop Racism’

Hey, social justice activists: Want to be effective? The post ‘Violence Will Never, Ever Stop Racism’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Blink of an Eye and You Miss Him

Sights, sounds, and scents of nature. The post The Blink of an Eye and You Miss Him appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Jimi Hendrix on The Experience

A glimpse into the mind of the legendary guitarist the week before he died. The post Jimi Hendrix on The Experience appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Joy of Jellyfish

Many groups in power pop's second wave wore their influences on their sleeves but the San Fran group Jellyfish took it even further. They were fully clothed in their musical influences. The post The Joy of Jellyfish appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Love Isn’t Easy, but It Should Sure Feel Like It

Love grows in the simple details. The post Love Isn’t Easy, but It Should Sure Feel Like It appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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