5 Solutions to Stop Masculinity from Screwing with Men's Health
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In honor of Movember, tune in to learn how masculinity screws with men's health and what we can do about it! Masculinity damages men because masculinity is arbitrarily defined and trauma is marginalized. Through teaching emotional intelligence tools to men, masculinity could help men thrive instead of killing them.
Highlights of this episode:
- Behaviors of Masculinity
- Masculinity and Economic Stagnation
- Arbitrary Definitions of Masculinity
- How Masculinity Lowers Men’s Health
- Hidden Trauma with Men
- Improving Men’s Health
- Tough Standard by Ronald F. Levant and Shana Pryor
- Self-Compassion by Dr. Kristin Neff
- Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Coleman
- The Man that Wanted Me to Be by Jared Yates Sexton
- Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch
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