A men’s group is a group of men, sitting in a circle, hanging out and getting real.
We laugh, listen, celebrate life and grow together as we share our experiences, thoughts and feelings beyond our masks.
We respectfully challenge one another to be better, more authentic men, without telling each other what to do or how to be. There is no pressure and it’s fine to say "Pass” when it’s your turn to speak.
Life doesn't have to be bad to come to a men's group. We've been successfully growing - from the good, the bad and even the ugly - as individual men and as a community, since 2002.
Watch our 15 min demo of a two and a half hour men's group at Southbank's Being A Man Festival:
We are accepting, accountable and we want more out of life.
We acknowledge who we’ve been and we test drive who we want to be, taking the best of ourselves out into the world.
Please read our Ground Rules before attending the group: http://www.meetup.com/menspeak/pages/MenSpeak_Ground_Rules/
VENUE: The Pirate Castle (Community Centre)
Oval Road Gilbey's Wharf, Camden Town NW1 7EA
TIME: 6:45pm for a 7pm start, doors close at 7:10pm
COST: £25 (£15 closed group men)
Note: The group is facilitated by Kenny Mammarella D'Cruz (http://www.themanwhisperer.co.uk). It's not a therapy group, not an encounter group, not a w*nk group; not a group for or against men or women, not a religious group, not a political group, not a group of anything apart from whatever the men present bring to it.
Up to 9 men per group, mainly 30s-50s though some 18-80+.
Please be early or on time. Open groups cannot be disrupted 10 minutes after they've begun. You can text Kenny on[masked] if you're on your way.
TO CONFIRM YOUR PLACE ON THIS EVENT:
1. Create a FREE Meetup login account
2. Click [Yes] under "Are You Going" (on this page)
Disclaimer: All activities are undertaken entirely at the participant's own risk. No responsibility will be taken and no compensation discussed for loss or injury. By taking part, each participant accepts full responsibility for his own safety and well being. (If in doubt, please seek professional advice before participating). May the force be with you..