Defying a culture that proclaims "real men don't cry," Jason Wilson calls readers to unlearn society's definition of masculinity and discover the freedom and healing of engaging with and mastering their emotions.
For decades, Jason Wilson tried his best to "be a man" and hide how he felt. He didn't know how to express his emotions without exploding or imploding and blamed everyone else for the way he felt. This went on until he finally released years of past trauma and pain to grasp healing for him and his family. Learning how to master his emotions and practice healthy vulnerability transformed his life and relationships in ways he never could have imagined, and he now seeks to reveal the lies that many men believe about true manhood.
Using the principles he's learned and instills at the CATTA, his training academy for young men--principles about living fearlessly from your heart and not from your hurt, winning battles before they turn into wars, and seeing the difference between aggression and assertiveness--Wilson shows readers how to