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Archived Since:January 10, 2011

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To Have a Good Marriage, Have a Good Fight

Arguing, if done well, can lead to stronger bonds between partners. The post To Have a Good Marriage, Have a Good Fight appeared first on The Good Men Project.

When a Dad Dies, There is Never Closure for His Son, Only Lessons

As Brent Green thought back over the legacy that was his dad, fatherly clichés were what reached out for him beyond the grave. He found they became the most important advice. Here’s why. The post When a Dad Dies, There is Never Closure for His Son, Only Lessons appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Don Draper and the Dark Corridor: A Mad Man’s 10 Year Journey Home

Dan Gordon can relate to Don Draper's journey. Oh how he can relate. The post Don Draper and the Dark Corridor: A Mad Man’s 10 Year Journey Home appeared first on The Good Men Project.

10 Lessons in Happiness (For Your Kids)

Jennifer Oradat of Mom Babble has a radical new approach to parenting – and it’s not about the parent.  — I had an epiphany the other day. It was a terrifying moment of clarity that made my palms sweat and my heart race. Suddenly one of my long-term goals as a parent didn’t seem so, […] The post 10 Lessons in Happiness (For Your Kids) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

People Polished the Stone of the Irish Emerald Isle

Same-sex marriage approved for the Republic of Ireland! The post People Polished the Stone of the Irish Emerald Isle appeared first on The Good Men Project.

When A Late Paper is the Least of Her Problems

Sometimes life doesn’t work well within syllabus guidelines. Professor and writer Jocelyn Pihlaja learns an all-too-familiar lesson regarding late policies and the continuing student.  — Her eyes filled with tears as I spoke. “Yup, you will lose twenty points on your essay if you submit it today. Show More Summary

Beyond The Lens: The Interception That Began DeflateGate

It didn’t seem like an important moment at the time. Who would have known that this photograph would have arguably the most talked about, controversial football in NFL history? The post Beyond The Lens: The Interception That Began DeflateGate appeared first on The Good Men Project.

7 Mistakes to Avoid Making in Relationships

We’re only human, but these relationships mistakes are totally avoidable. — Relationships can be our best teachers. They push us; they pull us. They allow you to find out who you are all the emotions under the sun. It’s a blank canvas to do some of your best work and be your best self. Show More Summary

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Leo Babauta has a list of actions anyone can take to finally stop living paycheck to paycheck, and start living a financially stable life. The post How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck appeared first on The Good Men Project.

In a Time of Drought, a Call to Rethink Lawns

Americans love their lawns but are lawns good for America, particularly in drought-stricken areas? A look at our grassy love affair and what might be better alternatives. The post In a Time of Drought, a Call to Rethink Lawns appeared first on The Good Men Project.

If Your Partner Doesn’t Make You Feel These 11 Ways, It Isn’t True Love

Finding someone is easy. Finding THE one isn't. Here's how to tell if what you're feeling is true love. The post If Your Partner Doesn’t Make You Feel These 11 Ways, It Isn’t True Love appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Comment of the Day: ‘This is one of the advantages to being a misfit growing up.’

This comment was by Jed Diamond on the post "But Where Do Men Go From Here?" The post Comment of the Day: ‘This is one of the advantages to being a misfit growing up.’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Earth Angel

It is not always necessary to look heavenwards to find the angels. The post Earth Angel appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Breakups Aren’t One-Size Fits All: 5 Unique Ways to Help You Cope

Let's be honest: breakups are the worst. And asking yourself the wrong questions just makes it worse. Here are five healthy ways to control the pain and withdrawal. The post Breakups Aren’t One-Size Fits All: 5 Unique Ways to Help You Cope appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Why It’s So Hard for Philadelphians to Find the Graves of Veterans

A Vietnam vet discusses the state of veterans affairs in the nation's biggest poor city. The post Why It’s So Hard for Philadelphians to Find the Graves of Veterans appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Welcome to the Wonderful World of LeBron

The Life of LeBron James is not one of lilies and unicorns. Being the best player in the NBA takes hard, incessant work...Just ask him. The post Welcome to the Wonderful World of LeBron appeared first on The Good Men Project.

John Nash: A Reason To Hope

Dr. Nash was more than a mathematician. He was a symbol of hope for the hopeless. The post John Nash: A Reason To Hope appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Six Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Kiteboarding

Jackson Wightman on what you can learn from kiteboarding especially so for entrepreneurs. The post Six Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Kiteboarding appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Returning Soldier Surprises Wife and Son at the Parade

This Rose Bowl reunion will touch your heart. The post Returning Soldier Surprises Wife and Son at the Parade appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Sexism And Homophobia In The NHL

Sarah Jane has been following sports for most of her life, but still gets asked who her favorite-hot player is. She's had about enough of that. The post Sexism And Homophobia In The NHL appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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