Touched by suicide, Andy Grant shares his reasons for being grateful for life.
The energetic vibration of shame is so low, it is near death.
Embed from Getty Images—As I write this my wife, Lori, and I are driving to Philadelphia from our home in Massachusetts. We are taking part in a weekend-long holistic expo where I’m offering Akashic Records readings and she’ll be doing energy healings. Quite a long way from the alcohol-fueled road trips that I thought relationships…
A truly powerful man takes action despite his fear, perhaps even inspired by his fear.
Admitting you are lonely is not admitting you are a loser.
Question the meaning of one’s life.
The only thing keeping him alive is his fear of death.
Thoughts on the passing of Amy Bleuel
Andy Grant talks about societal judgment of personalities and normal vs. weird
Illness, unemployment, death . . . and a man dealing with his emotions related.
Open-hearted men being of service can bring compassion to the world.
Labels hurt. Especially when they are not necessary.
Open, honest communication—even debriefing—is required to make an open relationship work.
The founder of “Real Men Feel” reflects on words meant to disparage one’s masculinity.
Andy Grant believes that men who express their emotions can make the world a better place.
Embed from Getty Images—I recently read an article from the New York Times about guys who are done with being sports fans (Game Over: These Guys Are No Longer Sports Fans). As I was reading I realized I’ve lived it. I haven’t stopped watching all sports completely, but I watch a lot less than a…