What does it mean to be a vital and healthy man in today’s society?
What are the real sources of strength and courage that are available to all men? How can men foster healthy relationships — in their personal lives, at work, and in their communities? What is required for a man to live with authenticity? Is it OK to be vulnerable – and what does the word “vulnerability” even mean? How do men find and live their own truths?
Groundbreaking research has established that the practice of self-compassion, while not at first seeming to be valuable or important, actually helps men go through and beyond old roles and find a new powerful voice and quiet confidence. This research has demonstrated that people higher in self-compassion tend to be able to persist and achieve more in the face of adversity; cope better with challenges like divorce, trauma or chronic pain; are able to change troubling and unhealthy habits and behaviors more easily; and are perceived more positively by their partners.
At a time when our world seems increasingly troubled, when the attitudes and behaviors of men are coming under scrutiny (by men and women), we are pleased to offer this workshop as an important step toward supporting men in making strong and positive differences in their own lives and in the lives of those around them.
ULTIMATE COURAGE: SELF-COMPASSION TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR MEN
FEBRUARY 16-18, 2018 SAN DIEGO, CA
Led by an experienced team of workshop developers and leaders:
Steven Hickman, Daniel Ellenberg, and David Spound
View A Recording of the Recent Webinar . . .
Learn more about the program and view this webinar entitled
Courage and Self-Compassion for Men.