Time to Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belonging and Connection (Paperback)
  • Time to Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belonging and Connection (Paperback)

Time to Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belonging and Connection (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 02/04/2021
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We live in a super-connected world, yet men specifically, struggle to connect and share. This is changing... but not quickly enough. Award winning podcaster Alex Holmes sets out to accelerate this shift, debunking lingering myths around masculinity, love and connection by exploring what causes this sense of loneliness.
Starting with 'Real Man Myths' and features designed to encourage us to open up and share, Alex motivates us to move from: Ignoring to Acknowledging.Being Closed to Opening Up.Can't to Can.Avoiding to Embracing.Expecting to Accepting.

Sharing his experiences on his podcast and as a young British black man, Time to Talk is a love letter to all the men who have lost their way and to the women that love them.

Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781789562217
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 190 x 140 mm

'The most important journey we must all take is the journey from our head to our heart and I honour Alex for his contribution in creating a safe space for men to do so. Thank you Alex!' -- Richie Bostock, The Breath Guy
'An invaluable primer for young men seeking a sense of identity and making sense of the world ... [Time to talk] is a timely and courageous offering' -- Malcolm Stern, co-founder 'Alternatives', psychotherapist and author of Slay Your Dragons with Compassion
'A thoughtful, honest, helpful book on mental health, masculinity myths and the problem with 'manning up'. Alex has created a much needed space of community and compassion. A wonderful book on a topic that will help us all' -- Emma Gannon, writer, broadcaster and bestselling author
'I long for a world in which all men are as curious, brave, and rigorous in the work of exploring and tending to their mental landscape, as Alex Holmes is. I believe reading this beautiful, thoughtful book will gently guide men who want to start that journey' -- Henry James Garrett, illustrator and author of This Book Will Make You Kinder
'A timely and truly important book that will no doubt help countless men' -- Shahroo Izadi, Behavioural Change specialist and author of The Kindness Method
'A really important book that every man should read. An extremely honest and vulnerable exploration of what it means to be a man with some excellent advice and tips on how we can evolve to a more positive form of masculinity. I absolutely loved it' -- Daniele Fiandaca, co-founder of Utopia & Token Man

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