There's something wrong.
Men ages 45-65 are the highest demographic of suicides in America.
Men are less likely than women to seek professional mental health treatment or ask for help.
Men who lack purpose are more likely to have health problems and live shorter lives.
These are signs that something is wrong and things are changing.
Men have been left behind. This is likely because men are less likely to ask for help.
We believe "the idea of a man" is changing at a deep cultural and societal level.
Technologies like social media and the internet are only accelerating these changes.
And we are feeling it as men. Men are hurting. Men are lost. Men are lashing out.
The way we live, the way we work, and the way we build community are changing and placing pressure on us.
These changes are a call to learn new skills.
But there is good news.
These are skills we can learn.
We can learn how to be the emotionally healthy, loving, and fulfilled men that we want to be.
We are constantly pushed to learn the skills we need to succeed in our careers.
But what about the skills we need to have a healthy relationship with our partners and ourselves?
This is why we created The Unshakable Man Program.
To teach men emotional awareness training.
To help men learn the skills needed to live satisfying, passion driven lives from the inside out.