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A big fear a lot of good men have these days when it comes to relating to women stems from rightfully not wanting to come across as a sexual creep or pervert. After #metoo unveiled much pathological male sexuality, many men are afraid to make a move or express ANY sexual interest with women they’re interested in. And that’s on top of the cultural and religious messages about sex that already mess with our psyches.
Listen in to another great episode of the Dear Men Podcast as Melanie and I talk about the fear driving how so many nice guys relate, and the work we can do to not be “that guy” or fear being called a sexual creep.
For many women, it’s a rare thing to experience men that welcome the full range of their feminine expressions and emotions. Learning to stay open and be present for our partners during such storms is an important edge for a lot of us men.
However, holding space doesn’t mean receiving abuse, and it’s super important to learn to distinguish between healthy expressions of emotions and aggression and abuse.
Sometimes the feeling isn’t mutual when it comes to attraction and dating. Many nice guys often wonder what the right thing to do is when they find a woman just wants to be friends. Tune in to another episode of the Dear Men podcast where host Melanie and I talk about the best way for men to move forward.
Mitch Lagadin of the Slow Down, Man podcast recently invited me onto his show to have a wide-ranging conversation about nervous system triggers, dating, men’s group, masculine presence, and the power of vulnerability.
The words we use reflect the deeper values we hold in our bodies. Listen in to this episode of the Dear Men podcast where we dive into some interesting patterns Melanie discovered in her sex research about the different words men use and what it often meant about their sex lives.
Learning to claim and own our healthy sexuality and desire is an important step for any man, and we breakdown many of the reasons so many of us men don’t want to be “that guy” when it comes to how we embody our sexuality.
Feeling resentful towards a partner you’re in a relationship with or one you’re currently courting?
You may be running a covert contract, ie, trying to get something without really asking for it up front. It is one of THE go-to nice guy strategies, and the anti-thesis of leading with vulnerability.
Listen in as Melanie and I take a deep dive into one of the dark sides of nice guys.