The Myth of Male Power

The Myth of Male Power

The Myth of Male Power

Below are links to an audio podcast of an interview with Warren Farrell, the author of the book “The Myth of Male Power” (Interview host – Tom Howard).
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Bullying is just another part of life, men need to be challenged in order to grow

Bullying is just another part of life, men need to be challenged in order to grow.

Female Nature is to nurture : The feminine creates, maintains, and repairs social bonds by verbalizing emotions, and through nurturing connections.

Male Nature is to challenge : The masculine creates, maintains, and repairs social bonds through challenge, body language, journeying, and truth delivered best with humour. Continue reading

Audiobook Excerpts from “The Experience” by Mark DK Berry & Jodie Eade

AudioBook Excerpts

“The Experience, A Gentleman’s Guide to Threesomes: Exploring Relationship, Sexual Energy & Western Tantra” by Mark Berry & Jodie Eade

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The Anatomy of Violence : Part 1 – Shame

The Anatomy of Violence : Part 1 – Shame

In this article we will look in depth at the root cause of violence. In it we present why it is shame that we find at the root of it, and then present ways in which professional therapists, specialised in violent behaviour, have come to recognise and address the problem.

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Conflict Resolution Method: Talking from the ā€œIā€

Conflict Resolution Method: Talking from the ā€œIā€

Conflict is often caused by the language we use, not the subject.

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Evolving Through The Karpman Drama Triangle

Evolving Through The Karpman Drama Triangle

An Audio Podcast reading of the original version of this blog is also available on Youtube (click here) (This article was first published in 2015 and has been re-posted here with some edits for clarity, so varies slightly from the video version.) Continue reading

The 3 Laws of the Universe

The 3 Laws of the Universe

Introduction

We live by the first law, which is Human Law, we never consider why that is, or even what it really is. Human Law is what puts boundaries around expected behaviour, from ourselves and from others, and even defines what we expect from the world about us. It helps us to function and to explain away reality. Continue reading