5 Ways For Men to Connect Without Feeling Like Less of a Man

In this guide you will...

Learn the FIVE core tenets of connecting with yourself and others. You will be given cues that will help you self-reflect and identify where the principle is essential in your life. You will also be given exercises for self-assessment and space to critically evaluate how these principles can be instituted in your own life.

Guide Details:
  • 5 Principles
  • 5 Section Exercises
  • 4 Points of Reflections
  • 1 Opportunity for Action
Reading this guide you will:
  • Connect more deeply with yourself and others
  • Learn patience for yourself and the people you meet
  • Slow down and reflect
  • How to ask for support
  • The principles of a strong support community


No man is an island

1 Reading, 1 Reflection, 3 Written Exercises


Have patience for another man's process, including your own.

1 Reading, 1 Reflection, 1 Written Exercise, 1 Activity


Meet a man where he is, not where you think he should be.

1 Reading, 1 Reflection, 3 Written Exercise, 1 Activity, 1 Bonus Activity


Asking for support is a sign of strength

1 Reading, 1 Action, 3 Activities, 1 Reflection


Create a space for mutual support and brotherhood

1 Reading, 1 Reflection, 1 Action, 1 Parting Thought
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