Category Archives for "Understanding Men"

Why Men’s Masculine Power Is A Gift Not A Curse

Masculine power

When I was young I remember noticing that all the bad guys in films were men. It felt like all the prisoners were men, the adulterers were men. I was even told by my teachers that men started all the wars. It felt that if anyone was in pain, chances were it was a man […]

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4 A Dirty Word Men Don’t Want You To Know About

Loneliness

There is an epidemic amongst men that they don’t want you to know about. It’s something they’re hiding from you that brings them great shame. They’re hiding it because admitting it exists strikes at the very core of something they learnt a long time ago. Men learnt to hide anything that isn’t consistent with being the […]

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Man 2.0 – A New Definition For What It Means To Be A Man

Man

I grew up in the 1980s on a strict TV diet of alpha macho men; for me, it was Bruce Willis, Burt Reynolds, Arnie, and Sylvester Stallone. If they weren’t jumping off burning buildings, lassoed to a firehose whilst firing a semi-automatic weapon, then they were taking on armies of men single-handedly. In many ways, […]

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2 4 Difficult Truths To Make You A Better Man (And Each With A Pay Off)

Difficult truths

Remember when you were a kid and you thought that the whole world revolved around you? Everything and everyone in life was designed for the sole purpose of how you were going to get precisely what you wanted. Nothing else mattered except you and your pursuit of germs, small animals, inappropriate places to poo and […]

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What Type Of Man Are You? And Why You Need To Know

Type of man

What if you were not who you thought you were. What if, like Neo in The Matrix, you spent your whole life believing something false to be true. Something that seems so normal to you that years go by until the truth presents itself. You might not have Morpheus to guide you but there are […]

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