Do Men Weaponize Therapy?
Join Liz and Jamey as they dive into a controversial discussion on therapy and its potential impact on relationships. They explore whether therapy can be taken to extremes, leading to an intellectual understanding of emotions without truly feeling them. The hosts debate whether therapy can be weaponized by men in relationships and the importance of finding the right type of therapy for each person. Later, the hosts reflect on past guests who have shared their transformative journeys with therapy including our own Justin Baldoni. From mental health experts like Kier Gaines, working to create more masculine approaches to therapy, to individuals opening up about their own struggles, like Karan Brar. These powerful moments shed light on the value of therapy and its impact on both men and women. Don't miss this exploration of therapy's potential to heal and its role in shaping better human connections.Listen now and learn about: Therapy’s healing potential The dangers of a culture obsessed with mental health The feminization of therapy culture How to encourage your friends to seek mental health assistance Alternatives to therapy TW: Suicide Sign up for the Man Enough newsletter to get full video episodes and positive masculinity news every Monday: http://manenough.com/newsletterThe Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Procter and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence13, an Audacy company.Timecodes: 00:00 Watch Man Enough on Youtube!01:30 Content Warning 01:56 - Justin’s Hiatus & the SAG-AFTRA Strike05:08 - Are we overly focused on mental health problems?06:43 - Can therapy be weaponized?15:29 - All men benefit from the awareness therapy brings 17:38 - JOHN KIM & VANESSA BENNET from ‘Build Stronger Relationships’ (Man Enough Season 2)25:28 - KIER GAINES from 'Becoming Your Own Role Model' (Man Enough Season 1)32:09 - KARAN BRAR from ‘Becoming Someone I Love’ (Man Enough Season 1)39:07 - JUSTIN BALDONI from ‘Healing is Not Linear’ (Man Enough Season 2)49:52 - Sharing emotions can help men open their hearts Quotes:“I used to think dating someone who had therapy was always better….actually it wasn't!” - Liz Plank“I do think humanity is evolving, I do think men are evolving…because we are in touch with our feminine side, we talk things out more than we used to.” - Jamey Heath“Whenever we talk about what men aren’t doing there's a protective side of me that wants to stick up for these men…men need a hand not a finger.” - John Kim “You’re not broken, you’re always whole no matter what happens to you in life. You’re always a whole person.” - Kier Gaines “I have to treat myself the way I want others to treat me” - Justin Baldoni“We go throughout our lives and we accumulate rust on our minds and hearts, when we talk about things it always us to chip away at that rust and it allows us to have an open heart again.” - Jamey Heath Support Man Enough Man Enough Newsletter: https://manenough.com/newsletterMan Enough book: https://manenough.com/booksBoys Will Be Human book: https://boyswillbehuman.com Follow The HostsJustin Baldonihttps://instagram.com/justinbaldonihttps://www.tiktok.com/@justinbaldonihttps://facebook.com/justinbaldonihttps://twitter.com/justinbaldoniText Justin: +1 (310) 845-6909Liz Plankhttps://instagram.com/feministabuloushttps://tiktok.com/@lizplankhttps://facebook.com/feministabuloushttps://twitter.com/feministabuloushttp://www.elizabethplank.com/Jamey Heath https://instagram.com/jamey_heath_https://tiktok.com/@jameyheathhttps://twitter.com/jamey_heath_https://facebook.com/jameyjazhttp://www.jameyheath.com/#boys #men #masculinity #dating #mentalhealth #therapy #therapist #therapyformen #fathers #athletes #selfhelp #masculinity #celebritynews #socialmedia
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What does it mean to be a man, and human, in the world today? This Webby-nominated audio & video podcast explores what it means to be a man today and how rigid gender roles have affected all people. The show creates a safe environment for a range of perspectives to meet and stay at the table, exploring how the messages of masculinity show up in relationships, body image, privilege, fatherhood, sex, success, mental health and so much more. Instead of polarizing and demonizing men and masculinity, it invites all humans to participate and thrive in the world.The weekly series is hosted by filmmaker, actor & author Justin Baldoni, author & journalist Liz Plank, and President of Wayfarer Studios & award winning music producer Jamey Heath. It’s currently in Season 2 and is in the top 1% of most followed and shared podcasts on Spotify, beloved by men, women and people of all genders. If you’re interested in learning in real time, deepening your understanding of yourself and others, and being reminded that you are enough, this is the podcast for you.More info at https://manenough.com/podcast