WHAT'S WRONG WITH MEN
Most men don't communicate
about their feelings and ask for help
95% of people in US prisons are men.
78% of suicides in the US are men, often caused by loneliness, depression and isolation, particularly in rural areas without
access to mental health facilities and services.
98% of mass shooters in the US are men, many who had lack of support in school, have difficulty at work, lack a healthy, loving partner, and may be envious of others who have a better life.
There have been over 1,500,000 people
shot and killed in the US in the last 50 years,
300,000 more people than all the wars in US history.
Every day, over 300 people are shot and over 100 die
from gun shots by people who are distraught.
Missing Emotional Intelligence:
Emotional instruction and skills development,
including self-awareness and self-regulation
are missing from the education system.
They can be taught, understood and practiced,
increasing a person’s chance of success in relationships
in school, the home, the community and the workplace.
WHAT'S RIGHT FOR MEN
In our Zoom meeting
we have great discussions on relevant topics
to live more aware, healthy, peaceful, positive,
meaningful, productive lives.
We have a safe, encouraging place
for men to talk openly, and be listened to respectfully.
We set a personal goal, share some positive humor,
clarify solutions and encourage each other along the way.
Feel free to share this with friends.
There was a Q STORM
in the minds and hearts of so many white men.
“You Will Not Replace Us”
is the slogan for white supremacist and white nationalist
fear of being replaced economically and as mates.
R = RECOVERY AFTER THE STORM
S = SAY WHAT YOU NEED TO SAY
W I S D O M F O R M E N
Meetings on Wednesday nights on Zoom, 7:30 PM EST.
Please share this invitation with friends.
All are invited.
Contributing factors to men committing harm to others or themselves:
The WISDOM FOR MEN Program
I am now providing the WISDOM FOR MEN Friday night Zoom program, 7:30 pm EST.
I also provide A Talk About Men for organizations and communities to help so many men are hurt, angry, sad and lonely.
If I can help men through your organization, or in your community, please let me know. If you have any questions, feel free to call or text me on 516-815-4967, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org