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Men and Abortion Conference, June 11-13, 2015 be there and learn more about how men heal.

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Thank you to Caitlin Dewey for including me in her article on grief and flight 370 in the Washington Post.

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A good reminder for us all about grief and helping others.

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Listen to my friend Richard Groves explain how we became so entrenched in the medical model and lost our connection with the emotional pain of others.  You may be surprised by what he says. 

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Here's a short one page blurb about men and grief.  The woman writer really gets it.  Great job.

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Grief and Bereavement - Men

Men and support groups?

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Grief and Bereavement - Men

The Shed movement is growing in Australia and I hope it starts growing here in the USA. Why? Because men's sheds offer men a safe place for masculine healing. It gives them a place to be together shoulder to shoulder and work individually or together on projects. Anytime you do this you are providing a healing place for those who primarily use the masculine side of healing. Doing things together, talking is optional. Bravo to the Australians for encouraging this idea. 

I remember when I was in Australia giving workshops that the Australian women were very clear about men's sheds and giving men their space without any sort of female input or interference. They really honored men's space and that is what is needed. Too often in the US today we have women demanding to be in men's space with no reciprocal expectation of men being in women's space. Bring on the Sheds! I think men are hungry for it.

To learn more about men and healing you can check out http://ow.ly/hd8P5 

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Grief and Bereavement -  Men and Grief

This is a great video and a great guitarist in Joe Bonamassa.  The tune Asking Around For You is a potent example of the masculine side of healing used by many men and some women.  It involves taking some action that is then used in honoring the loss. Through the honoring we move with the loss. Listen to this tune and get a sense of how the honoring was used and how the song became a vehicle for the experiencing of the emotions related to the loss.   Be sure to read the comments and see how many men used the experience of listening to this song as a means to remember and honor their own loved ones.   To learn more about men and grief you can check out http://ow.ly/hd8P5 

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Grief and Bereavement -  Men and Grief

Why do we see fewer tears from men?  Our hormones have some impact.  Watch this short video to learn a little more. For more info you can go to  http:thewaymenheal.com where Tom has over 3 hours of videos on the masculine side of healing.
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