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We have a total of 8 publications on Medium.

From The Good Men Project:

Hello Love (Relationships) — Love changes us. Love makes us human.

Change Becomes You (Advice) — Life advice that will (actually) improve your life.

Equality Includes You (Social Justice) —…


“You don’t get to find out the ending to your story when you’re stuck being a chapter in his.”

By Heather Gray

When a man does you the courtesy of actually breaking up with you, for the love of all things, please just believe him.

He didn’t ghost on you. He respected you.

Let. Him. Go.

Ladies, and you know who you are…

He showed up. He looked you in the eye…


How I found the courageous confidence to be an ally for nearly 40 years.

By Phil Bohlender

I started my corporate career on January 11, 1982, and was thrilled for the opportunity to join a Fortune 500 company as my first employer.

While the company I went to work for was massive with more than 50 thousand employees, I worked in a satellite office…


Do you know the difference between a therapist and a psychiatrist?

By Laura Becker

Do you know the difference between a therapist and a psychiatrist? Many people don’t; they think these terms are interchangeable.

A therapist can be a psychologist (someone with a PhD), a licensed social worker, a licensed marriage and family therapist, or a few others.

(NOTE: Many insurance…


The most impactful lessons our kids learn are those they observe in our own attitudes and behaviors. Make it a habit to practice gratitude.

By Lynn Wicker

At this time of year, it’s not usual to start seeing a large number of articles and posts about focusing on gratitude and giving thanks.

No matter how old you are, there are always new lessons to be learned and old habits to discard when it comes…


It’s absolutely possible to get through the distance and grow together.

By Mia Barnes

Relationships fall into a natural ebb and flow, and that means communication and intimacy might be more intense at certain times than others. And that’s totally okay. …


When you walk around and say something doesn’t work for you, you want to make yourself unique. You want your problems to be unique.

By David Wygant

Go ahead and complain.

Go for it, I don’t want to hear it at all.

You know the old funny saying, how are you doing today?

The pessimist will always say, you don’t really want to know, do you?

I remember the first time someone said that…


If you look at the so called ‘twin flame stages,’ they are disturbingly identical to those of a narcissistically abusive relationship, only using ‘spiritual’ terms.

By Julia Lara Shay

Warning: this article may be highly triggering for some readers. Nonetheless, I feel it is important for me to speak up about this toxic belief system like those brave souls who have gone before me.

Up until fairly recently I was still under the influence of…


Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind only lung cancer. About 1 man in 41 will die of prostate cancer.

By Jed Diamond Ph.D

Like most men, I was trained from an early age to be self-sufficient and strong. Part of that training is the reason men as a group live sicker and die sooner than women. For more than fifty years now it has been my mission to change…


I hate violent resistance to diversity.

By John Pavlovitz

I often have people tell me that I’m a hateful human being.

Sometimes, these are complete strangers who incessantly lurk like sharks in my Twitter feed, other times estranged family members firing one last injurious email salvo before blocking me from responding, or self-righteous former church friends…

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