Grow Up: A Man's Guide to Masculine Emotional Intelligence appeals to men who want more out of life and their partners who often are the ones to encourage them to change. The book comes out of years of working with men and developing free men's groups. The recently released film About Men documents the power of one of these groups.
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"Great Read if you are trying to understand you!"
I will be listing many times, especially the next to last chapter
Men need to know this, you won't get this kind of enlightenment in school
Good tone and very pleasant to listen to
To many to list right now, need to back though again so I can take notes this time. Was a great audio book for my latest roadtrip!
"This is truly a great guide"
Yes definitely, listening to this was both motivating and mind refreshing
This is really in a class of it own,I would not compare thi book to any other.Just my opinion.
Yes.This is just one of his great works.
The main concept that one should learn how to let go of childish things and the nature that we received fromour mother,mainly that as a man you should not try to turn your partner into your mother.
Awesome book.One of the best I have listened to!!!!!
"I thought pretty good"
Some interesting stories interesting theories overall pretty good I would give it a listen if EQ something that interest you
"A must have for every lost man"
I must say that we as men need the fellowship and company of remarkable men. This book shares valuable insights.
"Interesting concept, failure to deliver"
Probably not, there are many books like this out there. He was among them.
Kind of, I expected a practical plan, and it kind of did that, but haven't really opened my eyes as much as I hoped it would. It basically states the obvious, only the surface info. If I picked up No More Mr. Nice Guy instead, I feel that it would've been better.
I like that it explains why so many men struggle to get what they want and how to present their masculine energy, but all of it is just stating the obvious. It revolves around anecdotes which have practically nothing to do with me. I feel like NMMNG would've explained it better.
Probably, but there are no movies out there like this.
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