3 tips to help you focus on what matters most. The post How to Make Time for Your Creative Work appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Marriage can be extremely challenging for guys, but you get out of it exactly what you put in. The post 5 Things You Should STOP Doing to Save Your Marriage appeared first on The Good Men Project.
I’m 18 now. Less than a month left before I graduate high school. Time to get to know the “real world.” The post Is This What My Parents Warned Me About? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Dad, John McElhenney took a while to find the positive side of his divorce. The healing requires multiple levels of understanding and compassion for everyone involved. The post The Positive Divorce is Up To You: Two Levels of Healing appeared first on The Good Men Project.
(Flashing lights, PG-13: Language) A computer science student believes that a certain pattern of images induces visions of God, and it’s been the spark of all religions. He teams up with a film student to complete the pattern in Joseph White’s cheesy but entertaining short.
Breaking up is hard to do. Even when all the signs are telling you that this person isn't right, why do we want to stay? Dr. Nerd Love breaks it down. The post Why it’s so Hard to Break Up With Someone (Even When You Need to) appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Craig Boneau’s kids are watching and learning. He knows they will be doing so for the better part of two decades. He wants to make sure they learn how to live, not what to avoid. The post How This Dad Strives to be an Example of a Life Well-Lived For His Kids appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It's time to stop pointing fingers, stop crying that it's never enough, and remember what we are here to do. The post None of Us Can Solve the Problem, But All of Us Can Try appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Kurt Russell stars in Bone Tomahawk, an Old West tale of a ragtag group of cowboys trying to rescue their neighbors from deadly cannibals. This eccentric film is equal parts Spaghetti Western and splatter film, but it’s gotten decent reviews so far.
Are men and women opposite sides of a coin or are the stereotypes outdated? The post Is ‘The Flip Side” For Real? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Most people who identify as pro-life are only pro-baby. The responsibility is a much bigger commitment than simply holding a sign. The post Are you REALLY Pro-Life? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
(PG-13: Language) Not to make light of people with serious mental health issues, CollegeHumor pokes fun at modern mankind’s tendency to rely on pills to fix even the most mundane of problems that virtually all of us face on a daily basis.
With tons of playable characters, different modes and a dark plot this is a must play for gamers of all ages The Legend of Zelda has always been a popular game series for Nintendo. It has been on all of their console systems and a few of the handheld ones. Show More Summary
David Pass believes it's better to be safe than sorry. The post Is Your Cell Phone Cooking Your Brain? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Barry Adkins walked 1,400 miles to speak in different schools about his loss of a son due to binge drinking. But the walk itself showed him so much - forgiveness, grief, and moving forward. The post I Walked 1,400 Miles After My Son Died and Finally Forgave Myself appeared first on The Good Men Project.
As we isolate ourselves from each other, we encourage a culture of fear. Does that feed America's gun problem? The post The Solution to Our Gun Problem is Authentic Social Connection appeared first on The Good Men Project.
(PG-13: Language) Neo-Soul queen Erykah Badu has the best take on Drake’s hit single by a large margin. Drizzy was definitely salty when he wrote Hotline Bling, but Erykah channels a cool, calm and collected lady waiting for a lover to come to his senses.
Quentin Lucas has a thought about guns in America. The post Fire Your Guns appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Two friends make a frivolous bet. Or not. The next time someone asks you to make a bet, tread carefully. You never know what’s going to – oh. Wait. What just happened? Okay you do what you want to do. Life will sort you out.
Think calling “dibs” is fun? Stephen Hurley doesn’t. He is here to tell you why. The post A Dad Sounds Off on the Concept of “Dibs!” appeared first on The Good Men Project.