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|How do young men deal with problems they have in their lives? Do they speak openly about them or do they bottle them up? Sadly, it appears the latter is the preferred option as most guys fall back on a natural instinct to avoid talking about problems or hassles in their life; contributing to high rates of anxiety, depression and suicide amongst young men. One of the major drivers of this behaviour is our interpretation of what a ‘real man’ is, and how a ‘real man’ should act. During this session, Shane will debunk the stereotypical view of what a ‘real man’ is and link it back to how talking about our problems is a natural, healthy and ‘manly’ thing to do. His sessions have the immediate effect of releasing pressure off the shoulders off the young men, and also remove some of the stigma around mental health issues.|
Bringing increased levels of personal awareness to members of an organisation is the business imperative of our time. When people become self-aware, they learn to adapt the way they communicate and relate to the different motivational needs of the people they work with. Teams become more effective when members understand that a successful team harnesses the […]
Does becoming a compassionate, caring, connected human being make you any less a man? Or does the opposite occur as these traits allow men to develop resilience and inner strength? The idea of mature masculinity has long been shrouded in the commonly held belief that macho/egoic behaviour somehow equates to greater manhood; an ideal that […]
Why is it that we sometimes fail at things even though we think we have prepared as much as we think we could have? Why do we procrastinate about those upcoming exams even though we know we have to study? By looking at the reasons why we fail and why we procrastinate we are able […]