Men’s Health, “I Got Sober and Found a New Kind of Friendship”, November 2019
Client: Men's Health

Photo credit: Johanna Stout

I wrote a piece for the November issue of Men’s Health about how my fraught relationship with my father was a barrier to making straight, male friends. When I finally got sober in 2017, I was faced with a great fear of other men that slowly started to dissipate as I began opening up. It’s an ongoing process.

Read the full essay here.  


After nearly a decade in New York City, I am now living and working in Los Angeles, California.

I’ve written articles and personal essays for GQ, Esquire, Condé Nast Traveler, Men’s Health and The Wall Street Journal. I’m currently interested in pitching and contributing work that deals with modern masculinity.

I am also pursuing a graduate degree at The University of Santa Monica in Spiritual Psychology, and coaching clients on an individual basis. My approach to coaching is soul-centered: let’s find out where you’ve been, where you’re intended to go, and how to get you on the path you seek.

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