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The ManKind Project's (MKP) Puget Sound community is hosting a free, a one day, no-obligation experiential workshop that offers a glimpse into men's work centering on how our lives and relationships are working or not working. MKP holds 4 men's circles every year. On Saturday, April 7th, we'll be doing a free all-day workshop that is designed to give participants an opportunity to share their experiences as men. We'll create a safe space where each of us can deepen our understanding of both ourselves and others. Why do we choose to do this? Because each of us has some degree of yearning to be more like the man we want to be--as partners or parents, or simply better friends to ourselves and others. Some of us are holding onto anger, sadness, fear or shame. In the safety of a Circle, we are able to support one another to see more clearly how our emotions influence the way we are moving on our individual paths. Together, we are able to do work that is impossible to do on our own. Together, in Circle, it becomes easier to be vulnerable, to find strength in that vulnerability, and discover our collective power, wisdom, and heart. Additional information can be found at www.mkpusa.org or, if you like, contact Rick McClurg at rickmcclurg@gmail.com or 206.354.9803 for more info.

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How do we become the man we want to be? We start in a Circle of Men!

We are holding an additional Circle on Saturday, June 8th. This one day, no-obligation experiential workshop, like our previous events, will offer an opportunity to look at men's work that centers on how our lives and relationships are working or not working. MKP holds 4 - 6 of these Circles every year (since 2009!). On June 8th, we'll be doing an all-day event that is designed to give all of us, as participants, an opportunity to share our experiences as men. We'll create a safe space (a container) where each of us can deepen our understanding of both ourselves and others. Why do we choose to do this? Because each of us has some degree of yearning to be more like the man we want to be--as partners or parents, as sons or brothers, or simply better friends to ourselves and others. Some of us are holding onto anger, sadness, fear or shame. In the safety of a Circle, we are able to support one another to see more clearly how our emotions, beliefs, and life stories influence the way we are moving on our individual paths. In our Circle we will have opportunities to listen and be heard, to discover what might be getting in our way and what might help us move forward into being the man each of us wants to be. Together, supporting one another in Circle, we are able to do work that is impossible to do on our own. Together, it becomes easier to be vulnerable, to find strength in that vulnerability, and discover our individual and collective power, wisdom, and heart. If you want to know more, additional information about the ManKind Project can be found at www.mkpusa.org (http://www.mkpusa.org/) or, for another more specific kind of information about this Circle, feel free to contact Rick McClurg at [masked] /[masked] for more info.

How do we become the man we want to be? We start in a Circle of Men.

The ManKind Project's (MKP) Puget Sound community is hosting a free, a one day, no-obligation experiential workshop that offers a glimpse into men's work centering on how our lives and relationships are working or not working. MKP holds 4 men's circles every year. On Saturday, April 7th, we'll be doing a free all-day workshop that is designed to give participants an opportunity to share their experiences as men. We'll create a safe space where each of us can deepen our understanding of both ourselves and others. Why do we choose to do this? Because each of us has some degree of yearning to be more like the man we want to be--as partners or parents, or simply better friends to ourselves and others. Some of us are holding onto anger, sadness, fear or shame. In the safety of a Circle, we are able to support one another to see more clearly how our emotions influence the way we are moving on our individual paths. Together, we are able to do work that is impossible to do on our own. Together, in Circle, it becomes easier to be vulnerable, to find strength in that vulnerability, and discover our collective power, wisdom, and heart. Additional information can be found at www.mkpusa.org (http://www.mkpusa.org/) or, if you like, contact Rick McClurg at [masked] or[masked] for more info.

How do we become the man we want to be? We start in a Circle of Men.

The ManKind Project's (MKP) Puget Sound community is hosting a free, a one day, no-obligation experiential workshop that offers a glimpse into men's work centering on how our lives and relationships are working or not working. MKP holds 4 men's circles every year. On Saturday, April 7th, we'll be doing a free all-day workshop that is designed to give participants an opportunity to share their experiences as men. We'll create a safe space where each of us can deepen our understanding of both ourselves and others. Why do we choose to do this? Because each of us has some degree of yearning to be more like the man we want to be--as partners or parents, or simply better friends to ourselves and others. Some of us are holding onto anger, sadness, fear or shame. In the safety of a Circle, we are able to support one another to see more clearly how our emotions influence the way we are moving on our individual paths. Together, we are able to do work that is impossible to do on our own. Together, in Circle, it becomes easier to be vulnerable, to find strength in that vulnerability, and discover our collective power, wisdom, and heart. Additional information can be found at www.mkpusa.org (http://www.mkpusa.org/) or, if you like, contact Rick McClurg at [masked] or[masked] for more info.

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