With Restrictions Tightening Elsewhere, California Moves To Make Abortion Cheaper

With Restrictions Tightening Elsewhere, California Moves To Make Abortion Cheaper

  By Rachel Bluth SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Even as most states are trying to make it harder to get an abortion, California could make it free for more people. State lawmakers are debating a bill to eliminate out-of-pocket expenses like copays and payments toward deductibles for abortions and related services, such as counseling. The measure, approved…

How To Deal With Sad Feelings – The Good Men Project

How To Deal With Sad Feelings – The Good Men Project

  What is sadness? Sadness is defined as having grief, sorrow, or unhappiness. Sad feelings are also a part of depression and related to other parts of depression including poor self-worth, poor sleep, and difficulty enjoying things. Although we can sometimes get caught in our sad feelings, we don’t have to. We can undo sadness and start…

Seeking Help: My Orthorexia Journey – The Good Men Project

Seeking Help: My Orthorexia Journey – The Good Men Project

I thought I was done with the dating game when I met my husband Matt in 2010. I was wrong! Make no mistake, we’re happily married. What I’m talking about is finding a therapist. When my primary care physician diagnosed my anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and an unspecified eating disorder, I figured he would provide me…

The Silenced Child – The Good Men Project

The Silenced Child – The Good Men Project

  Welcome to Childhood Made Crazy, an interview series that takes a critical look at the current “mental disorders of childhood” model. This series is comprised of interviews with practitioners, parents, and other children’s advocates as well as pieces that investigate fundamental questions in the mental health field. Visit the following page to learn more…

The Memory of an Ego: Transforming Memory and Identity With TBI – The Good Men Project

The Memory of an Ego: Transforming Memory and Identity With TBI – The Good Men Project

  By Sam Black Memory is something that I did not give much thought to in my “before the accident” life. I relied on it in my career as a social worker. I cherished it in my pastime of creating Scrapbooks and journaling. I mastered it as a busy mom of five. And yet consciously,…