The LifeAgain Foundation was founded by Gareth Andrews with one primary objective; to inspire and connect men through times of change.
Men face substantial challenges. Challenges like career transition, dissatisfaction, divorce, loss, financial pressures, low self-esteem, and the general malaise of our fast-paced modern lives. But through meaningful connection, men can be supported positively through periods of change.
LifeAgain draws on the collective wisdom of a community of men interested in sharing and learning from both their own experiences and those of others. When it comes to change and how men navigate it, they are not alone.
It is time for men to start sharing their stories. LifeAgain is about recognising the male experience and bringing focus to the issues that matter to men. LifeAgain is about finding LifeAgain, through insight, inspiration and tools for a happy, healthy and fulfilling life.
John Harms and The Footy Almanac congratulate Gareth and LifeAgain for diving into the deep end of cyberspace with what is a really terrific looking initiative. I know from our own footyalmanac.com.au experience that men, and particularly men over 40, will sometimes use the essay as a public form of personal honesty and catharsis. We have had numerous examples of those pieces on our own site where writers have come not looking for sympathy, just for empathy and understanding, as they are trying to make sense of it all. All the best. John T Harms