Microblog on shaking off winter blues! The winter blues seem to linger longer as the days get longer here in Boulder, CO. As the weather begins to brighten, I find myself wanting to go out more and dabble in and deepen relationships. As quickly as I do this, I still find myself trying to make … Continue reading Shake off the lingering winter isolation in three simple steps.
For men, it is not always anger that is the most palpable emotion, yet this is what manifests. As I’ve distinctively written about anger on a wide range of topics, this emotion still plagues me. I know the last blog was about how the rage manifested as I was frustrated with my truck (dad’s truck … Continue reading How anger manifests in men’s relationship, and ways to overcome the shame.
I have come to understand the relationship I have with anger, though it has been a long journey. Anger can be seen as an inability to regulate emotions. Continue reading To know your anger, drive around in your dad’s old truck that breaks weekly.
Men must know they are wounded in order to be helped. Identifying this wounding is the greatest challenge for men for fear of being discovered. In this discover, one will find vulnerability not ready to be addressed. Continue reading Understanding the anxiety and fear that grips and paralyzes men in relationships.
Society often instills fears that keep one trapped in his or her anxiety or fear. Learning how to work with this anxiety can free the individual to explore his or her awareness. Continue reading How societal fear mongering necessitates dissociation in the rise of cultural dissociation.
Men experiencing anger and depression can often be confusion. Learn how to differentiate between the two seemingly similar, and often avoided emotions. Continue reading Microblog: Can men experience being angry and depressed at the same time?