#ManhoodGame Card of the Day
Growing up in a culutre which fostered cowboys and comic book archetypes (strong, silent, and self-relient) made one reluctant if not fearful of sharing on e’s feelings. — Denis Niedringhaus, SR.
The manhood game cards were created and developed by Dr. George Simons as a way to reframe men’s perceptions of themselves.
As Dr. Simons writes in his intro post:
Life is often played as game in which men’s welfare is a pawn to be sacrificed. Today I invite you to join me in another game, diversophy Manhood, a game for reframing men’s perceptions of themselves, for refreshing their mission in life, and disarming social biases that attack male health and limit the possible in their own eyes and actions. Each day I will post a new card from this game, a snippet of wisdom to GUIDE our exploration, a RISK to face, facts to test our SMARTS, a CHOICE to make, or an experience to SHARE.
This post was originally published on George Simons LinkedIn and is republished here with his permission.
More Manhood Game Cards:
|Flowers From Your Male Friend||Sorrow and Secret Emotions in Men||Something Feminine in Virile Men||.C’mon Man, You Must Be Gay|
See all published Manhood Game cards here. Several new cards are published every week!
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