Responsibility We are all per cent responsible for our own well being in this group. If something feels off to you, for example, you feel upset, uncomfortable or triggered by what someone else has said or done within the group, you are responsible for those feelings and how you respond.
Take responsibility for resolving the matter by raising it with the person. If that does not resolve the matter for you, raise it with the group organiser, Rowan (No More) Mr.
Nice Guys. We encourage men to be responsible like this and not be victims by holding on to opinions and concerns or suffering in silence.
We also encourage men to take responsibility for their actions within the group, how they show up in the group, how they listen and share etc. Accountability We bring integrity to our interaction and engagement with the group. That means we are open and honest and do what we say we are going to do and we do things to the best of our ability.
If you say will call someone at a given time, call them. If for any reason you are unable to fulfil a promise, (No More) Mr. Nice Guys the person know in advance as soon as you know you cannot make it and re-commit to do it at another time. That is what we mean by integrity. Active Listening This is about the way we share and listen to our fellow members in the group.
Both of these require presence. They are active, not (No More) Mr. Nice Guys activities. Listening requires us to give up whatever thoughts might be going on in our own heads so that we can be fully engaged in what the person is saying.
This takes practice. It also requires an element of empathy, listening and appreciating the point of view of the person sharing even if we do not agree with what they say, we can appreciate why they might hold a certain view. We respect each member of the group whatever their background, ethnicity, sexuality, age, relationship status etc and we respect them whatever issues they may be dealing with and sharing about. We show our respect by listening and contributing to them with our listening, with our feedback and with our own sharing.
We also respect that men share their truth, that which is true for them, even if what they say does not feel true to us, (No More) Mr.
Nice Guys. (No More) Mr. Nice Guys when he shows up, he flashes a super fake smile. Glover presents the integrated male as the antithesis to the nice guy and the type of man the nice guy should strive to become. The former had a troubled and rebellious childhood and now he feels like he needs to make up for. The latter was the good boy of the family and he stays that way to keep his social identity, and his self-identity. The last one, spending more time with men, is a common advice in the manosphere.
Because intimate relationships require people to look within themselves and open up about who they really are.
But nice guys are always wearing a mask and always hiding their true self. That makes their relationships un-authentic. And that makes stands between true human connections and bonding. The author makes the point that women want boundaries from their men as that makes them feel more secure. As a matter of fact, she will test his boundaries to make sure they are strong and resistant. The issues span the whole gamut, but at the core nice guys are ashamed and uncomfortable with their sexuality.
The most interesting bit for me was that some nice guys pride themselves on being good lovers. However, good lovers for nice guys means always putting the woman first. They are concerned to make her orgasm because they want to provide. And that also means that they approach sex like a robotic undertaking. The author has a very interesting point here: be more like alpha males in nature.
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