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Men’s Well-Being



Our gender expression can be an important and valued part of our identity, touching on every aspect of our well-being, whether physical, emotional, spiritual, or even financial. But social pressure and cultural messaging focused on our gender—and how well we can live up to or “perform” to those expectations—can have a great impact on our feelings of self-worth and can make us struggle with self-acceptance. However, we can also gain great personal satisfaction in living up to those expectations. Our unique and shared experiences as men create a tapestry of community that we can rely on to help us grow more fully into ourselves. Every one of us has the right to live a vibrant life in our full identity, and our struggle for well-being can find support from those who understand and validate the complexities, nuance, pain, and joy of our community’s lived experiences.

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A Message for Men - Mens Wellbeing

For men who may be feeling isolated, facing tough times or those who want to be a better man, friend, partner or Dad for their kids.

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The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love

Everyone needs to love and be loved—even men. But to know love, men must be able to look at the ways that patriarchal culture keeps them from knowing themselves, from being in touch with their feelings, from loving.

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To Be a Man—an Interview with Robert Augustus Masters

In this conversation, we talk about deep process, about discovering shadow, anger, and aggression, about helping men connect to their bodies to unlock their bigger potential.

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FindCenterMost American men today do not have enough awakened or living warriors inside to defend their soul houses. And most people, men or women, do not know what genuine outward or inward warriors would look like, or feel like.

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The Mask You Live In

Explores how our culture's narrow definition of masculinity is harming our boys, men and society at large and unveils what we can do about it.

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Esther Perel: Relationships are Critical for Men's Wellbeing Too

In this fascinating session on stage at Summit LA18, famed relationship therapist and bestselling author Esther Perel digs into the three hidden dynamics governing every relationship, explores the self-imprisoning paradox of social media, and lays out why certainty is always the enemy of change.

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How to Raise a Boy: The Power of Connection to Build Good Men

Over the past two decades there has been an explosion of new studies that have expanded our knowledge of how boys think and feel. In How to Raise a Boy, psychologist Michael Reichert draws on his decades of research to challenge age-old conventions about how boys become men.

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FindCenterA sugar burst has been found to lower testosterone levels by up to 25 percent. If you and your sweetheart share the cheesecake at the restaurant, no one is likely to get ‘dessert’ when you get home!

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It’s Not Only Women Who Want More Intimacy in Relationships

Contrary to prevailing gender tropes, many men crave deeper emotional connection, work hard for it and don’t always receive it in return.

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How to Raise Boys to Be Healthy Men (with Ted Bunch)

Author and activist Ted Bunch on healthy manhood and raising resilient boys. Mr. Bunch is co-founder of A Call to Men, an organization dedicated to preventing violence against women and promoting healthy manhood.

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