What you’ve tried in the past may need to change.
Where do you feel “at home” and connected?
What are your early signs of anger?
You may be angrier than you think.
The gatekeepers continue to monitor whether we’re measuring up as men.
Everything you do is wrong and you’re not a bad person so you want to be given a little slack, right?
Guys, our way out of misery and soul-deadening jobs is not through maintaining the system.
How can men who are socialized not to acknowledge their feelings find the vocabulary to start expressing themselves?
What patriarchal, heteronormative assumptions contribute to toxic masculinity?
What can we do while our children are young to prevent them from suffering or spending years in therapy having to unlearn everything?
How do we (intentionally or not) enforce gender stereotypes?
While you know yourself better than anyone else ever will, we can’t just discount what others perceive.
So much of the work we do to ensure our place in society is basically attempts at avoiding shame.
What awaits us if we work toward something different?
Here are some stress management techniques that you should stay away from.
The patriarchy doesn’t want us “complaining” because, if we do it right, it may actually lead to change.