Being asked what you need for the very first time by someone who really wants to know and then finding yourself coming up blank is, I think, a common ...
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It's dark. Very dark. And I'm in the woods, surrounded by strange men with flashlights on their heads. I'm cold. Hungry. And really scared. A guy with neck tattoos is squinting at me. Please, God, don't let me piss him off.
Strength of character is developed through facing adversity -- not avoiding it.
For the last 20 years, Ken Solin, author of "Act Like A Man," has committed himself to helping men reconnect to what he calls their "absolute truths."
Men's groups offer the opportunity of healing emotional pain from the gamut of issues that cause it -- abandonment, rejection, divorce, death, sexual problems, dating, unemployment and on and on.
Look around you the next time you're in town or at the mall. Do you see any obese, old men? You won't, because they're all dead.
If we expect women to hear and respond to us rationally, we're going to have to engage in constructive relationship dialogue.
Why don't more men work through their anger and pain after divorce? Most don't know how to, where to, or even what it means to work through it.
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