Relationships are without a doubt one of the biggest challenges men face. Everyday men come to EVRYMAN to develop skills they can bring to their primary romantic relationship. And for good reason, it’s often a very high-stakes field, yet one where we receive little to no guidance, support, or training.
You would never join a basketball game without practicing your dribbling or shooting; yet we enter relationships without teaching, coaching, or practice. You certainly would not expect to win a basketball game without training, so how do you expect to win in relationships without the same?
In collaboration with Amy Chan, founder of Breakup Bootcamp, we developed a program to upgrade your relationship skills. Unlike EVRYMAN programs, this retreat involves women.
Sure, we know it often feels safer to open up when there are only men at an event. Yet, in this case, the added risk is part of the challenge, and it’s entirely worth it. Here you learn not only from me, and other experts but also directly from women who are also investing in themselves to become better partners. You get to understand what women feel and want. You get to connect to women authentically to get the truth about how they operate, and share your experience to help them on their journey.
When we go through a breakup, we’re presented with an excellent opportunity to update our relationship operating system. No matter what our ex-partner did (or did not do), we get to look in the mirror, and assess how we can show up as more of our authentic self. Because of a strong desire for our next relationship to be better, we lean into developing new skills.
From decades of working with women and couples, I’ve learned that much of what we believe women want is not true. Like men, women are also limited by their stress, trauma, and enculturation. When you connect to women authentically, a new world opens — a world both women and men can enter and at which they can win.
I want men to succeed in their relationships. I know relationships are essential to us despite how we may portray them. Our struggles have a lot to do with a lack of training and guidance. Given the right tools and a safe place to practice them, we can create fulfilling relationships.
To further your success, I will conduct a follow-up call for the men who attend.
I realized that looking at the webpage about the retreat looks like it is for women. It has been in the past. Because of Amy, the other presenters, my experience with men, and our desire to help men, we grew the program to include men.
Because I want our men to benefit from this bootcamp, Amy is offering a significant incentive to men who join us. Please reach out to me to learn more. I hope you can join us.https://renewbreakupbootcamp.com/retreat/