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Mark Greene
Works at Good Men Project
Attended University of Houston
Lives in New York, NY 10019
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On June 4th, 2015, Mark Greene shared his story, "The Last Late Show With My Father" at the Good Men Project story telling event in New York City.
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Writer Karen Jones wants gals who catch men doing self-deprecating humor to encourage them to stop. Then tell them how great they are, instead.
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Practical actionable advice for keeping marriage going.
Beyond the usual "love and honor her," this Mom offers some practical examples of how a love stays strong.
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Celebrate.
Today’s celebration is not just for millions of gay people, its for every single one of our sons.
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Adelaide Lancaster asks, Why do we analyze every calorie that goes into our children's mouths, but we don't address the racism and sexism they confront every day?
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Clint Edwards says it's not socially acceptable for men to long for platonic touch, even from their wives, without being seen as weak, clingy, or effeminate.
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Ben Kinzett writes eloquently on love, loss and change.
Halfway through my rant, I realized I was telling this to myself more than him.
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Its booming again tonight over Manhattan. 9:21 PM June 30, 2015. No fireworks scheduled.
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A truly spare and beautiful piece of writing about men, family and love from the amazing Ben Kinzett. Do yourself a favor and take a moment to read this diamond sharp bit of authorship. 
Ben Kinzett shares impressions of his grandfather: sight, sound, scent, and the abiding sense of one man's place at the pinnacle of Ben's family pantheon.
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You want people to relate to you when you write, but are you alienating those you love the most?
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Tor Constantino shares how parenting lessons are everywhere---especially between the training wheels.
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How about we make divorce NOT a disaster?
Divorcing? America's shaming meta narrative about divorce can destroy your life.
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Executive Editor
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  • Good Men Project
    2011 - present
    Good Men Project Executive Editor Mark Greene blogs and speaks on Men's Issues at the intersection of society, politics, relationships and parenting for the Good Men Project, The New York Times, the BBC, Salon.com, The Huffington Post, and the Shriver Report. You can follow him on Twitter @megaSAHD
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New York, NY 10019
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Writes and speaks on Men's Issues at the intersection of society, politics, relationships and parenting for the Good Men Project.
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Living and working in NYC. 
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Emmy® Award for Animation.
Education
  • University of Houston
    Fine Arts
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I live in the neighborhood serviced by this station. I home office. On days when I'm here all day, a note will appear with my mail saying they attempted delivery a package. They never tried. Never rang the bell. Nothing. And yes, sometimes I have to go to Amazon, find the tracking number, go to USPS, track a package in order to find out they "attempted delivery" because not only do they not attempt it, they don't even leave a note.
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