Helping Men Heal False Manhood
For many women the question facing them every day is "How can I encourage my man to feel safe in a place of vulnerability?" "What can I do to help him heal from all the wounds that men have faced in trying to be whole?" A man who is not afraid does not need to control anyone else. Instead of the effects of being ravaged by war, competition, survival and aggression, men can learn that they are most deeply loved when they are deeply genuine, present, and transparent.

Dianne is a skilled woman whose work has been focused on helping men to overcome the lies they've been told about what "manhood" really is. She helps men to know that they no longer need to prove their masculinity in weird ways each day, but to prove their manliness in loving touch, open heart, and the courage to be kind.

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