Because men’s work is hard work.
Men can do the work it takes in groups with other men, to free themselves from outdated definitions of masculinity.
I watched Welcome To The Men’s Group last night and was surprised by my wide-ranging emotional reactions.
14 men, shedding a “sizable mountain of macho bull, male posturing, facades and vulnerability barriers” find the beauty in masculinity.
Reflections from a Psychotherapist on Supporting Men to Reach Out to Other Men for Emotional Support.
How many $6 beers have you literally pissed away with drinking buddies, when what you really need is an ally who actually cares about you and supports your direction in life?
Allan Ishac shares what it really means to belong to a men’s group today. ___ I didn’t know what I was doing when I joined my first men’s group more than twenty years ago. I had no grand plan, no goals, no notion of what was supposed to happen there or what the benefits might be.…
…you have to take charge of your fun and plan it into your life.
Starting a men’s group was the most insightful and powerful thing I have ever done to question, challenge and understand myself as a man.
I hear this question come up sometimes when I speak in front of people who are new to the concept of a men’s group, “Why do I need this? I have a poker group, what’s the difference?” Maybe nothing, maybe a lot. It depends on the men’s group and the poker group in question.
Jordan Kozey urges men past their demons into the most healthy practice of all: self-care.
Regardless of the reasons you and I attend retreats, at the core, I believe, is a burning desire for a change of pace and some time off to feed our soul.
I work with men on personal transformation and I’ve seen some incredible leaps. I’ve also heard a lot of the same stories and fears from my clients… here are some common points I hear a lot.
Do you worry about your lack of connection because you are always online? In this video Graham Phoenix talks about his life in a remote part of Spain and how he uses virtual connections to create deep connections.
Matthew Dean believes that fighting for other people is noble. And he believes that fighting for women and women’s rights is noble. But he also sees the need for men to fight for the specific issues that impact them.
Rick Sweeney shares how men’s gatherings became an important part of his life.