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Mindfulness-Based Emotional Intelligence for Men

It is clearly understood that men actually have emotions.  What is unclear is how they are manifested.  What does that even mean, you may ask.  Men may convert stereotypically feminine feelings, such as sadness or vulnerability, into feelings like anger or pride—feelings more socially acceptable for them to experience (Psychology Today, January-2014).  This particular article goes on to say,  Because of the way boys are socialized, their ability to deal with emotions has been systematically undermined. Men are taught, point-by-point, not to feel, not to cry, and not to find words to express themselves."  

This seminar experience is designed to help men understand how to identify their emotions and how  to not only use their emotions to their own advantage, but to the advantage of others, such as, in the workplace, in the home,  in the church or even when men are by themselves.   This seminar/workshop experience will give you 8 hours of hands on work, conversations, role playing, and evaluation.  It will be conducted live, in an area near you OR available on Zoom with breakout sessions. 

The Course

In this course/training, we will look at several areas.  They include, but are not limited to:

The Importance of Mindfulness - If mindfulness is just about being aware, what more could it include?  There's more.

To Thine Own Self Be True - Here is where we get to do some myth busting.  Don't believe everything you've been told about what it means to be a man.  It's more than just being tough.

Deep Completion; Deep Forgiveness - But if I forgive then it means I condone.  Not at all.  That's where the deep completion comes in.

Working With Anger - When we dismantle severe anger, then we dismantle the excuses for how one behaves.  It's tough work, but it's necessary work.  Necessary losses is the key.

Open and Friendly vs. Friendship - Being friendly is easy.  Being a friend requires work.  But men are tough, they can do the work.

Facing Your Fears- This might be easier said than done.  We have to be able to recognize that which we fear.  Once done, GAME on!

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This experience is not only for men, but it is for people who are in a relationship with men.  Not only that, this workshop can benefit people who work with men, whether you are a clergy, a boss, a counselor, or a teacher.  You can benefit from this training.  You can also earn 7 CEU's to boot!  Registration opens soon. 

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