Relationship experts Dr. John Schinnerer and Joree Rose, LMFT, have announced a new international summit, Surviving to Thriving During the Pandemic, will be held virtually from May 11 – June 5, 2020. Surviving to Thriving has been organized to help those struggling with negative emotions and difficult relationships during the global COVID-19 pandemic, and to help empower individuals for immediate and long-term success. Visit SurvivingToThriving.site to register now!
In an attempt to serve the world, on May 11th, Dr. John and his fiancee, Joree Rose, are kicking off an epic virtual summit … Surviving to Thriving During the Pandemic 25 speakers covering important topics such as #leadership, #relationships, #anger, #anxiety, #stress, #parenting, #resiliency, […]
Announcement: Keep Your Eyes Open For Dr. John’s Upcoming Online Summit – Surviving to Thriving During The Pandemic. Numerous thought leaders are coming together to give you the best toolset thrive in areas such as leadership, relationships, parenting, anxiety, sex & dating, anxiety, depression and anger to help […]
Tragedy masks the opportunity for growth. The surest way out of untenable situations, such as the COVID-19 virus, is to change your perspective and view the situation as a challenge to to which you are meant to rise. Challenge yourself by asking, “What am I […]
The Harry’s Masculinity Report, USA Dr. John Schinnerer TheEvolvedCaveman.com GuideToSelf.com Executive Summary: A recent study looked at which factors are the most important for wellbeing and happiness for American men. Answers from 5,000 men indicate that happiness is predicated on the following (ini order of […]
Positive Psychology Tools with the Biggest Bang for Your Buck 1. Become a Capitalizer Shelley Gable at UCLA has shown that one of the keys to transforming good relationships into great ones is to learn the skill of capitalizing on the good news of others.The […]
How does being brought up in the Man Box Culture affect us as grown men in relationship? There are a variety of possible implications based on the unspoken rules we learn as boys. Some of these rules include “men don’t feel”, “men are invulnerable”, “men […]
Men are described by middle school and high school males as aggressive, responsible, mean, tough, angry, successful, strong, in control, active, smart and dominant over women.
When men step out of the box, we get put back in the box (usually by other men) via physical intimidation or name-calling… sissy, gay, fag, wimp, pussy, bitch, baby, loser, nerd, girl, wuss, punk, mama’s boy, geek and so on.
The problem? The way we are socialized is cutting us off from the possibility of happiness and damaging our romantic relationships.