This week's show is with Kenny Mammarella-D'Cruz. Kenny was called "The Man Whisperer" by Newsweek because, not only does he help men achieve their life, relationship and career goals, he also helps men to be more authentically and powerfully who they truly are. As one of the UK’s leading men’s personal development consultants, Kenny runs workshops and sees individuals and couples for private consultations and has been running men’s groups in London for 14 years. Kenny was traumatised at the age of seven when his family had to flee certain death at the hands of the brutal dictator Idi Amin and were resettled as refugees in rural Wales via refugee camps. As a result of post-traumatic stress syndrome, Kenny developed several mental health issues, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette's syndrome, body dysmorphia and depression with intrusive and suicidal thoughts. Thankfully that’s all behind him now. When asked how he turned it all around, he’s fond of saying that he sat with the shadows that owned him, unlearned the untruths and turned that energy into the fuel to walk his path and live his purpose. In this show we explored what men fear. We spoke about communication amongst our own sex and between the sexes, toxic masculinity, toxic femininity, relationships and how to make them work. As ever, Kenny dropped some real gold - I loved this episode.
Kenny Mammarella-D'Cruz is a Personal & Professional Development Consultant. 'Newsweek' called me "The Man Whisperer" in their book 'The Descent of Man: Investigating male suicide'. The 'Daily Express' called me “Consultant, coach, and guru of all things men”.Kenny's passion is turning 'lost boys' in survival mode into self-aware, self-respecting men living their mission in a healthy creative life. He does this in the media, in men's groups, in private sessions and in MenFacilitate trainings, where he pass his tools on for others to take into their own businesses and lives.Key Takeaways:The difference between a boy and a man is that boys compete and need to dominate while men can collaborate.Connect with someone else to help change your perspective.It's the ones who are present and take part in life that are important.You can be whoever you want to be.Signs and temptations can be seen rather than just danger attracting.Mentioned Resources:The Life You Were Born to Live by Dan MillmanMenspeak Men's GroupsConnect:Get rewards and support Men’s Health: Become a Patron of The ManBitsJoin our growing MBP Facebook CommunityFollow Paul @themanbits on TwitterFollow Follow @themanbits on InstagramEmail feedback@TheManBits.com (short audio files welcome)Disclosure: This post may contain links to products or services with which I have an affiliate relationship and may receive compensation from your actions through such links. However, I don't let that corrupt my perspective and I don't recommend only affiliates.Disclaimer: Some of the content of this podcast may contain topics of a sensitive nature such as depression, anxiety and suicide. Whilst I have experience in coaching, training and remedial therapy I'm not to provide mental health advice or counselling. Therefore, engaging with the content of this podcast should not be considered a substitute to professional therapy.
Coach Clive Maxheath sits down to discuss all things men's groups with personal development consultant and men's group leader Kenny Mammerella D'Cruz. Through the sharing of personal experiences, the men explore what a men's group is, how it works and whats available for a man who chooses to show up in this space. In line with the 'Men on Form' mantra the gents also have some fun along the way! B-)
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