In episode 156, host Tom Gentry reads excerpts from a manuscript he’s working on. It’s a look at manhood. He touches on emotional literacy, toxic masculinity, and how the two are connected. In this episode he references the books Modern Manhood, by Cleo Stiller, The Way of Men, by Jack Donovan, Iron John, by Robert Bly, and The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield.
Join a community of people who are committed to developing a deeper connection with themselves in the coming year by taking part in our January Journaling Challenge. I’ll provide a prompt for each day of the month. Use it to write, draw, or to inspire whatever you do. You can share as much or as little of what you create from it as you like. Maybe post a sentence a day in the private Facebook group. Or, share a photo from your journal or sketchbook. The point is to nurture your connection with yourself with the support of like-minded people.
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