Jordan Gray didn’t trust men for the majority of his life, until he took matters into his own hands. Transform your relationships with men by doing the following three things.
You don’t have to be famous to have rich and rewarding friendships with other men.
We come together again for the sacred talk and the deep listen.
It’s way more than just having guys you can hang out with.
Male friendships are strange and unique. We don’t often seek strong emotional ties with each other and it’s easy to cut them off without a second thought.
“Celtic warriors used to be greeted back from battle by women baring their breasts; now women teachers mark down boys for being too rowdy.”
We posed these questions to early reviewers of Welcome to the Men’s Group, here are answers from two of our twitter followers.
From a first meeting in the rain to awkward bro-hugs, they’re still working on it.
Two friends trade texts with pictures of their projects. One will remind you of what is really important.
When men feel that being vulnerable with other men is a worthwhile risk they will begin to experience themselves as “real.” Not “real men.” But real people.
How male survivors of sexual assault can escape limited world views and form healthy, supportive relationships.
The neighborhood treehouse was a meeting place where boys became men on their own terms.
I wonder where you’ve gone and when I do I wonder how those you loved and who loved you are wondering their own thoughts, their own pain.
We love dogs too, but we aren’t convinced they should be a man’s BEST friend. Tell us how you find good friends.
The non-demonstrative relationship he had with his father seemed normal, until he observed the easy intimacy between men in another country.
“Prince and I did not get off, so to speak, on the good foot.” — Robert Burke Warren on how Prince made him unafraid.