A Way OutToday, men have many options. At Evryman.co we work hard to support men in joining a good men’s group, or help forming one of their own. As I explained to my caller, for some men it’s safer or easier to come to one of our trainings than to first try a group. A training is only 48 hours. It’s with other men who have no experience. They are safe, fun, and men tell us that the training exceeded their expectations. Our last training until the fall is in a few weeks. For men in the Northwest we are doing a smaller training in Seattle. It was difficult for me to imagine what being in a group or a training with other men could be like. Now I realize given who I was and my life experience, I had no way to appreciate what the impact could be. Take that leap of faith. It’s never too late to make a positive change in your life. Your friends are waiting. What are your concerns about a training or group with other men? Let me know your thoughts. Reach out; I will gladly answer any questions.
*This quote comes from my good friend Aaron Blaine an ex-Army Special Forces commando. He told his men, if you don’t ask for help you won’t make it. He saw how this applied in combat and back home. In this article, he speaks eloquently about how he has made it because of a men’s group.