If I’m Honest
Episode 139 of The Path to Authenticity features Carl Huelin. We talked about his life journey and how he came to connect with his manhood. We discuss the place where he found himself prior to finding support in men’s group, overcome with nice-guy syndrome. This concept is described in the book No More Mr. Nice Guy, by Dr. Robert A. Glover. We also discuss the importance of a man finding his purpose before finding his partner and the book Fire in the Belly, by Sam Keen. I also mention episode 89, with author Lisa Cleary. Thank you, and enjoy -tg
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