Many men are confused when asked to feel their heart! What does that mean and how can you actually do it? This weeks guest, Bryan Reeves, is your perfect guide!
Have you ever been confused when a woman asks you to, “feel your heart,” or when she says she wants you to be more emotional or doesn’t feel close to you?
This can happen in family, friend, work and other life situations, too.
Most of us have been trained to prioritize our minds, to know what we like and don’t like, by considering our thoughts.
We use our minds to make decisions, to have conversations and connections. You may even be thinking as you read this, “What else would I do?”
The sad part about prioritizing your mind is that your mind is only part of your capacity to love and lead. You become more powerful, impactful and inspiring when you have access to your emotions as well.
But as a man you may have felt frustrated, even angry, when someone asks you to feel your heart because you may have no idea how to do this!
In today’s Man Alive episode I was joined by Bryan Reeves, speaker, coach and author of viral blog, “Choose Her Every Day (or Leave Her)” and two books, including his latest, “Tell The Truth, Let The Peace Fall Where It May.”
Today we discuss:
- How to make sense of emotional intelligence, intimacy and what women ask of you
- WTF connecting to your heart means and why it matters
- What happens in relationships when you don’t connect with your heart and body
- How to “be a man” who takes responsibility but doesn’t fall into shame or self-criticism
- What is possible in life when you don’t settle for “good enough”
Bryan is a powerful, down to earth man who used to be a US Air Force Captain. He has wrestled with love, intimate relationships and gaining access to his heart.
This is a powerful conversation for you if you haven’t felt as close or connected to people in your life as you want to, or if anyone has told you they don’t feel close or emotionally connected to you!
A former US Air Force Captain turned Author/Coach/Speaker, Bryan Reeves has triumphed through multiple dark nights of the soul after hurling himself into the transformational fires of intimate relationship over and over again. With a Masters Degree in Human Relations, Bryan coaches men, women and couples in creating thriving lives and relationships. Bryan is the author of the viral blog, “Choose Her Every Day (or Leave Her)” and two books on Amazon, including his latest, “Tell The Truth, Let The Peace Fall Where It May.”
Bryan has taught workshops around the country (and even at sea) at Wanderlust Festival, Zen Cruise, SoHo House, Int’l Spa & Esthetique Conferences, and many others. Bryan’s innovative online courses include “Love, Sex, Relationship Magic” and “The Boundaries Program: Relationships Suck Without Boundaries!”