Books on Masculinity

Discussion in 'Self Improvement' started by e8ight, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. e8ight

    e8ight Fapstronaut

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    In essence I agree with you, and think it's a good perspective to hold in mind; the reason I'm struggling with this is because I've had so much misguided conditioning heaped upon without any positive male role models to counter-balance...this is fairly deeply ingrained stuff though and so not always that easy to unlock. Concepts can be a great way of unlocking those parts of ourselves that are buried deep though, and so in that sense I think a quest for knowledge is OK as long as it doesn't become the entire journey or mistaken as an ends.

    With regards meditation, it's a great tool but not so straightforward in my mind. It can easily be used as a means of escape, rather than for deeper connectedness or engagement - I've been practicing for a few years now, but have really reduced how much I sit as it was becoming a way of simply calming myself in the face of issues, when actually what I need is to face and deal with them. I have a pretty good teacher who is helping me with this.
     
  2. kropo82

    kropo82 Fapstronaut

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