None of us have been created to live mediocre lives, so we shouldn’t settle for mediocre friendships.
Why do many male friendships tend to be shallow? Are men supposed to be interested in deep connections with other dudes? Why is it that a three-year-old boy has no issues expressing his love and admiration for his best friend, but a twenty-year-old man most likely has?
If you’re one of those guys who’s put off by questions like these, this book is written specifically for you.
These pages follow a man’s journey to connect with other guys, which resulted in Brothers, a movement with a mission to champion and empower men’s friendships across the globe.
This book is a must-read for all men. It will challenge your perceptions of male friendship, masculinity and love, and help you develop stronger friendships in your own life.
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About the Author
Good Men Project Executive Editor Mark Greene's articles on masculinity and manhood have received over 250,000 Facebook shares and twenty million page views. Greene writes and speaks on men's issues for the Good Men Project, the New York Times, the BBC, the Shriver Report, Salon, HLN, and the Huffington Post and at RemakingManhood.com. He is also the writer of The Little #MeToo Book for Men
Susan L'Estrange is a portrait photographer with a background in Art and Theatre. She came to photography via a painting and mixed media practice along with an interest in European cinema, Fashion and Art . These interests , combined with a fascination for literature, philosophy and psychology are the elements which underpin her work.
Her formal studies include Speech & Drama, Make-Up Art, Photography and Graphic design.
Her portraits are approached in a similar way to an improvised performance with emphasis on composition, styling and capturing the individual allure of a subject . It is a fun and creative experience.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The beginning
Chapter 2: The importance of male friendship
Chapter 3: Growing up as a sensitive boy
Chapter 4: I love you bro (no homo)
Chapter 5: Help, I’m a man and I need comfort!
Chapter 6: Let’s talk about manhood
Chapter 7: Superman is desperate for friendship
Chapter 8: Often believed myths about men and men’s friendships
Chapter 9: A world obsessed with romantic love
Chapter 10: What is a friendship built on?
Chapter 11: An organisation about men’s friendships. Sounds a bit awkward, doesn’t it?
Chapter 12: You’re not the only one
Chapter 13: Meet Ayden, my new best friend
Chapter 14: Sidenote
Chapter 15: Comparison and competition
Chapter 16: See you later, bro
Chapter 17: When the rubber hits the road
Chapter 18: Friends for a season or friends for life?
Chapter 19: Don’t ditch your bro for a woman
Chapter 20: Why veterans miss war
Chapter 21: When it doesn’t go as planned
Chapter 22: Brother, I’m coming back!
Chapter 23: It’s normal
Chapter 24: Practical advice
Chapter 25: The journey ahead
Chapter 26: Join the journey