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Rebuilding myself after having my confidence KILLED when I was a teenager was a multi-pronged approach, but I found the single most effective thing that worked to build my social confidence was not a meditation or mind trick; it was in fact to do the thing I was most scared of… socialize.
As I sit and watch this 50 Shades sequel, I can't help but take away some lessons from this fictional story that has won the intense interest of over a million women...
These comments have BLOWN MY MIND
It's finally done!
THE most overlooked fundamental secret to good parenting.
One of the most advanced practices in personal development is the art of being a suspicious and distrusting mofo.
Suspicious and distrusting of who?
You probably don’t look after yourself.
Most men don’t. Not really, anyway.
A skillful man thinks of sadness as a woman - a feminine entity - who wants to be with him. He knows he cannot turn her down or reject her. He instead surrenders and joins her.
How the path of violence lead me to teach men how to open their hearts
Check out the article I wrote for the fine people over at YourTango.com!
While I was never a mommy's boy, something shifted in me when she died. And it wasn't a bad thing. As crazy it sounds, even at the time, I knew this would somehow be good for me.
In this original piece I wrote for The Good Men Project, we look at the subject of 'emotional self-defence'
As a man, your presence is one of the deepest gifts you have to offer to the people in your life, to the world and even to yourself. And people can only really experience this from you in its fullest when you have one-on-one time with them...
If there's one thing that is absolutely central to how a strong man conducts himself it's this. Decision, which has it's root origin in the Latin decisio which means to 'cut off', ties in completely with integrity.
A talk given in February 2016 to a group of men who share their personal situations