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What is Men’s Work? – Boysen Hodgson – 271

By Jayson
January 21, 2020

What is men’s work? Most people are unclear what this term means, but once you find out, you’ll be cheering on men who are involved in it. In this podcast, I interview one of the key players in the largest men’s organizations in the world. We cover some very intimate subjects, including #metoo, fatherhood, and the power of getting together as men.

Here are a few of the highlights:

  • (3:35) Introduction
  • (7:20) About Men’s Work
  • (10:55) Male relationships inside a family
  • (14:50) What is Men’s Work
  • (20:10) How a man can get out of his “Boy code” programming.
  • (25:40) How trauma causes addictions that keep you stuck
  • (31:10) How Men’s Work is getting more Popular
  • (37:50) Thoughts about the #MeToo movement
  • (43:25) Boysen’s experience as a father
  • https://mankindproject.org/
  • https://twitter.com/boysenh?lang=en
  • (53:15) Action step

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  1. Katriina

    An excellent insight of men’s work!
    It was also relieving to find out that young generation is demanding change worldwide… transparency and empathy.

    It seems as all men would benefit from men’s groups! Especially in my country where men are expected to live to age of 78 (women 84) participating to such groups would probably help men themselves to overcome many social obstacles – and I can only imagine what it would do to the nation on whole…

  2. Michael Taylor

    Wow! This is the reason I am so optimistic about the future. Men are waking up and it is conversations like this which are leading the charge in creating a new paradigm of masculinity on the planet. I am truly blessed to be able to call these two men my friends and partners in male transformation.

    • meg@relationshipschool.com

      thanks for doing the work YOU do Michael – personally I am grateful as well that more and more men are waking up to these conversations. Thank goodness… Thanks for listening =)


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