This week Andy Grant is joined by coach and author, Matthew Solomon, to talk about men being called “too sensitive.” We’ll explore what the effects are on boys and men being told that and what men tagged with the “sensitive” label can do.
“My sensitivity is what makes me good at what I’m good at. It has really benefited me all my life.” ~Guest
Matthew Solomon is “The Coach for the Modern Soul;” an empowerment coach specializing in communication & relationships, and the author of “Man School: Relating with Women in the #MeToo Era.” This wide-ranging conversation touches on communication, relationships, politics, social media, Judge Kavanaugh, fatherhood and a whole lot more.
Topics Covered Include:
- Why do you embrace the label, “too sensitive?”
- Have you always felt more sensitive than other people?
- Was your sensitivity ever celebrated?
- Handling sensitive children.
- How do you navigate growing up as a sensitive man?
- How did you get into coaching?
- Thoughts on the Kavanaugh hearings.
- How can someone be a good listener?
- What is a “safe space?”
- How do you define the modern soul?
- Can you be too sensitive?
- Commitments, Kabbalah, suicidal thoughts, and much more
Watch “Being ‘Too Sensitive'” – Real Men Feel, Episode #115
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See Matthew’s column: Too Sensitive.
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