The No More Mr. Nice Guy meetup group is looking to have new members join our weekly meetings. The group is inspired by Dr. Robert Glover’s book and follows the same principles and format of other existing NMMNG groups around the world. We launched in Toronto in March of 2016 and since then our group has grown from a few to over 30 members with new members joining every month. The group welcomes adult men, regardless of their background, age, sexual orientation, religion, race, and beliefs.
Our meetings provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where members can relate to other men in an open and honest manner, build friendships, share their experiences, and work together toward personal growth and self-awareness to overcome life’s challenges.
We are a group of men who want to start taking control of ourselves and our lives. We strive to:
• Accept ourselves just as we are
• Stop seeking the approval of others
• Learn to express our feelings and emotions
• Create the kind of intimate relationships we really desire
• Embrace our masculinity and have meaningful relationships with other men
• Live up to our potential and become truly creative and productive
• Live with total integrity and authenticity
If these are things you want in your life, please join us! We are always open to new members.
We meet every Wednesday, from 7 pm (arrive by 6:55 pm) to 9 pm, at the U of T campus (College/Spadina area, you will find the exact location in the meeting description). New members are welcome to attend 3 consecutive meetings before they decide to join the core team or not. Note however, that we are not a drop in group, and once you join, we expect that you attend on a regular basis.
The cost of the room is jointly shared between all members of the core team, irrespective of whether you can attend a specific evening or not (currently $30 but under review) and is paid quarterly.
How to join
Please register with this meetup to express your interest and RSVP to our meeting. Note, that in order to join, you must have read the "No more Mr. Nice Guy Book".