Matthew Sloane; Tulie’s Garden ~ a book review
Dec07

Matthew Sloane; Tulie’s Garden ~ a book review

This is a book that I wish I could have given myself when I was 13, and 17, and 20, and 27 … and yesterday. It may not be a book that resonates for everyone, but I believe that many men, of any age, will see aspects of their own personal journey in these pages, hauntingly laid out in a form that walks the line between picture book and graphic novel.

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Who’s the Jerk Here?
Nov15

Who’s the Jerk Here?

by Dmitri Bilgere So often relationship problems seem to come down to the question, Who’s the jerk here? I’m not saying relationships SHOULD come down to that. But often they do. People assemble evidence about how their partner is being a jerk. They gather supporters to back up their point of view. And they create plans and take action to put a stop to this jerky behavior, once and for all. While it’s certainly true...

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Shriners Saved My Son’s Life ~ reprinted
Sep09

Shriners Saved My Son’s Life ~ reprinted

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article sent out by the Chairman of the Board of Governors for Chicago’s Shriner’s Hospital is a touching story about the power of human relationship and connection in creating a space for healing. This story came to the ManKind Project Journal because the father in this story, Steven Twohig, and the friend that he mentions, Hal Klegman, are both members of the ManKind Project. Steven is part of...

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The Wellsprings of Violence – Part I
Sep01

The Wellsprings of Violence – Part I

This entry is part 1 of 0 in the series Wellsprings of Violence

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