We need to celebrate Men’s Groups for the work they do.
What can be learned about men and vulnerability from a men’s group?
If you want to see change in the world you have to be willing to speak up.
It takes time to learn to be comfortable with each other in a new way.
Why is it important for men to bond with other men?
Embed from Getty Images This comment was by Ted Elliott in reference to the post – The Future of Men: an Interview with Jack Myers It is an interesting debate about where men need to evolve to in order to satisfy their desires and to support women. Supporting men’s groups in workplaces is a start, but…
Men are both stuck in “first half of life thinking” and also suffering from an inordinate burden of shame.
These filmmakers offer two emerging and inspiring models of fatherhood along with insights into modern masculinity.
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.
Men have relinquished their natural ability to fully connect and express this emotion we call “love.” But they can reclaim it.
Men’s groups are becoming more popular on college campuses, but is their work really all that good for the world?
Boysen Hodgson from the ManKind Project stops into The Empowered Life with some awesome fortune cookie advice for men
What happens when a man deconstructs his relationship and decides to focus on himself?
Duncan Alldridge asks and answers the question “What’s the point of a men’s group?”
Last summer, the Danish filmmaker Maja Bugge got exclusive access to an American men’s group, here she reveals what happened.
Can people be so tainted that even when they do a good deed, it somehow isn’t?