Archive | June, 2014



Men and Stress – How stress is killing you.

Men and Stress – In this short video James breaks stress down into 6 different categories and explains how it throws the body out of balance and the repercussions of this over a long period of time. James suggest that we address the underlying cause of disease and not just take medical drugs to deal […]


Men and addiction – The affects internet porn has on you your life and your relationships

In the last blog we looked at how our primal bodies, our modern world and pain avoidance collide to create men and addiction and how that eventually becomes a brain disease regardless of the initial trigger. In this post I wanted to take a closer look at a particular type of addiction that is gripping […]


Men and Addiction – Why you are addicted (Part 1 of 2)

Men and addiction (Part 1 of 2) Compared to 100 years ago and beyond we are truly living in a time of plenty or abundance. We have access to so much stuff at whatever time we want. We are very blessed but cursed in the same breath. Our bodies are more or less the same […]


How to Survive Divorce – A practical guide to move from breakdown to breakthrough(Part 2 of 2)

I got a place of my own I moved approximately a dozen times in 18 month whilst I was separated. I was moving from house sitting gigs to cat sitting arrangements and everything in between. At the start it was a necessity because I just didn’t have the money to pay for the rent on […]


How to survive divorce for men – A practical guide to move from breakdown to breakthrough (Part 1 of 2)

I don’t think it’s realistic to expect divorce to be anything but traumatic. If it’s not then you are either enlightened or so shut off from feeling that the last time you cried your age was a single digit! There are a few certainty in life – one is tax and the other is pain. We […]


Men and Divorce – what men fear most

I’m about 2 weeks away from becoming divorced. It’s been a hell of a journey from start to finish but I’m pleased to say that I have navigated it in such a way that I’d call it a success (if you can refer to a divorce in that way). My ex partner and I are […]