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Breaking Down the Stigma of Men's Mental Health W/ Adam Martin Yes, Brothers! is all about celebrating men SHOWING UP and breaking down stigma and barriers around men's mental health. It's about giving men the tools and support so that they can lean in and become the men that they not only want to be, but what the world needs. And that's exactly what Adam Martin has done over in Tasmania with Everhim. When working as an architect, Adam was witness to an horrific road accident, leaving him to deal with the likes of PTSD, anxiety and depression. During his healing journey, Adam went on to found Tassie Kind, a hub for community connection and EverHim/EverHer - partner groups for men and women to be supported as they venture on their own healing journey. Contact Adam hello@tassiekind.com.au Socials https://www.facevbook.com/tassiekindofficial https://www.facebook.com/EverHimOfficial https://www.facebook.com/EverHerOfficial  Contact Yes, Brothers! chris@yesbrothers.com.au Socials https://www.facebook.com/yesbrothers.au https://www.instagram.com/yesbrothers.au/ Contact Chris chris@yesbrothers.com.au Socials https://www.facebook.com/chrisedgeofficial https://www.instagram.com/chrisedge_official/  For More Info on the Lean In Autumn Retreat retreat@yesbrothers.com.au https://fb.me/e/4OVgvEj90 This Episode on YouTube
Hard Times make tough men.Tough men produce good times. Good times make soft men. Soft men produce hard times. While there is a healthy dose of self awareness coming into the men's arena, it's being followed by physical and emotional weakness, emasculation and a loss of a strong sense of self identity. Founder of The Modern Bloke, Sean Coffin want to help men tap into the values and strengths of traditional masculinity like strength, courage, independence and leadership while incorporating a healthy dose of soft skills, such as self awareness, warmth, compassion and understanding. YoutubeContact The Modern Blokehello@themodernbloke.com.auInstagramFacebookWWW Contact Yes, Brothers!chris@yesbrothers.com.auInstagramFacebook Contact Chrischris@yesbrothers.com.auInstagramFacebook
What if, for just a minute we were to let go of the entire notion of right or wrong, instead choosing to let whatever it is be, just as it is? In todays show, Yoga instructor and facilitator James 'Fish' Gill and I discuss just that very idea.How you can deepen connection, understanding and let go of the NEED to be right so that you can effectively communicate your way through conflict.Reach out to James fish@creativeteams.com.auwww.instagram.com/james_fish_gillConnect with Chris chris@chrisedge.com.auwww.facebook.com/chrisedgeofficialwww.instagram.com/chrisedge_official Connect with the Yes, Brothers! movement www.facebook.com/yesbrothers.auwww.facebook.com/groups/yesbrothers.auwww.instagram.com/yesbrothers.au 
Martin McPhilimey is an accredited and experienced Respiratory and Sleep Scientist, as well as an Exercise Physiologist and Behavioural Science Practitioner. With his qualifications, passion and 15 years of experience in research, fitness, and training, Martin's mission is to create a world of high performing individuals with healthy minds and bodies. In todays episode we cover a LOT about Martin's upbringing, his journey from the UK to Australia and how we both see some aspects of masculinity in society today. Tune in and when you're done, check out the rest of the videos on the channel.And don't forget to subscribe!Connect with Martin;Facebook Instagram WebYou can also catch Martin on his own podcast here; Apple Spotify  Connect with Chris Facebook Instagram YoutubeWebAppleSpotify Check out our upcoming events Join The Movement! 
Now that I'm older and little more mature, I'm pretty willing to put my hand up and acknowledge when I'm struggling. But how do you go from being at the top of your game in your mid 20's, in charge of multi million dollar construction projects, to being addicted to drugs and back on a screed? Todays guest is husband, Dad, Business Owner, Conscious Man and Coach, Blase Grinner from sunny QLD, Australia. Strap yourselves in because this one is wild! -----More Info-----Blase WebFacebookInstagram Chris FacebookInstagram Join The Movement!
Like all mental health diagnoses, PTSD is an issue that effects a large number of Australians. Of that number, a large percentage are men. Todays guest is Matt Bruce. Former Army veteran and PTSD advocate. Matt is one half of The Menswork Collective, a Perth based online collaborative for mens facilitation. Matt also has a book out right now called Warriors War, which you can get from the link below.Buy Warriors War; Matt Socials;FacebookInstagramMore LinksChris on FacebookChris on the WebJoin The Movement!
It's been a minute, so I thought a quick update was in order. Also, the big 'un stops by for a chat and some shit jokes. Tiredness aside, it was actually pretty fun and I'd like to bring the kids & wife on a bit more.  I also love to connect with my listeners and you can do that below (if you want to connect with me personally, please go to my Insta/Facebook and DM me).Links to this episode on other platformsYoutubeChrisInstagramFacebookWEB Join The Movement!
Us men have a typical tendency to ignore pretty much ALL of the warning signs that something isn't quite right.Ignoring the red flags and burying ourselves in work, booze, porn or drugs instead of sticking our hand up and asking for help. This episode is me, sharing about my experience with some mental health issues I've been dealing with, and my warning to you, to not ignore the signs.If this was helpful for you, in any way, please leave me a review and share the episode.I also love to connect with my listeners and you can do that below (if you want to connect with me personally, please go to my Insta/Facebook and DM me).Links to this episode on other platformsYoutubeChrisInstagramFacebookWEB Join The Movement!
For the past 20 years, Brendon has been on a daily journey to improve himself in order to deliver a high quality of movement, fitness, nutrition and lifestyle coaching to the masses. In this episode, we unpack what it took for Brendon to become the man under the 'mo' and talk about what goes into creating 'Strength For Living'. Connect with Brendon on Facebook, Instagram or through his website. Connect with Chris on Facebook, Instagram or his website. Join The Movement!
On my personal insta the other day, I threw out an ask me anything.Here are the responses.ChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.auJoin The Movement!
Most men KNOW what they should be doing to achieve what it is they want to achieve. Most men also do NOT do the things that they should be doing in order to achieve what it is they want to achieve.You with me so far?This is called the knowing-doing gap and its where men like Mike Campbell - Man coach can help dramatically.Take Michael Jordan for example. One of the greatest sportsmen of all time, who used the services of a coach to help him become one of the G.O.A.T.Mike and I chat about what it is a Man Coach does, and how a Man Coach can help you bridge the knowing-doing gap and get you on the path to being great.Contact Mike;FB: @mikecampbellmancoachInsta @mikecampbellmcwww: mikecampbell.com.auChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.auJoin the Movement! 
Brothers!...wearing yourself out trying to fix everything and everyone around you?that's dumb!watch this video then fix yourself!ChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.auJoin the Movement!
When i started the original podcast 'Mens Work', i did it for the wrong reasons.It was me, doing something I thought I should do because I thought it would get me likes, follows, listens etc.This should have been the real 'first' episode.But it isn't. And I want to leave the others there because they're part of the journey.Take a listen to this ep to find out the real reason i started The Mankind CoConnect with us;The Mankind CoFB: @themankind.coInstagram: @themankind.cowww: themankind.coYouTube ChannelChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.auConnect with other men on already on the path in our private Facebook group here.ORFlick me an email at podcast@themankind.coSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/themankindco)
Diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor at the age of 21, Matt Williams had his life thrown upside down. In this episode, we shoot the shit about being in self imposed isolation for the last 3 weeks, life in the Army, life after the army and Event Horizons.It was unstructured and unscripted and a hell of a lot of fun!Willy Beating Cancer SocialsInstagramFacebookYoutubeChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.au
Traditional Masculinity has been under attack for some while now, with the rise of so called 'toxic masculinity' men are ever reluctant to show up and take the lead. In today's podcast, author, speaker, men and couples coach Michael Lauria and I discuss the path he had to take in order to reclaim his masculine side and what he is doing now to help men and couples to rediscover the fire that burns within.ChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.au
A snippet of my chat with Hemi Chase early 2020, back when times were a little less complicated! It's been incredible to see his journey and transformation over these last 12 months. Watching him lean in and embrace the more vulnerable parts of his persona, and I'm truly honoured with the time that Hemi gifted to me for this chat. Please do go and check out the full episode and let Hemi know you've listened. "There is a lot of power in being vulnerable, being in a position and realising and accepting that you can't do everything yourself.  That you need help that you need to depend on other people. And it's absolutely so refreshing, so rewarding when you're able to get to that point where you accept that you can't do everything. And to acknowledge that someone else is better at this than you are, so that's a little bit of the death of the ego and depending on other people to help you.  You know people have different skills, different strength, different talents and they help me in some aspects of my life, where I can help them in the other aspects of their life." Full Episode available on Apple, Spotify, Google and more! Applehttp://apple.co/3mSiC3v Spotifyhttp://spoti.fi/34P6xFX Googlehttp://bit.ly/34Q04dX
A few months ago, my wife and I were having a somewhat heated discussion.After things had cooled down a bit, I came to the conclusion that I had some growing up to do.As a husband, dad and as a man.I came to the decision that I was going to make time to sit down and chat with other men that were doing well in some area.of life. Be it health, wealth, relationships or career....it only made sense that I record them and share them with you.Connect with us;The Mankind CoFB: @themankind.coInstagram: @themankind.cowww: themankind.coYouTube ChannelChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.auConnect with other men on already on the path in our private Facebook group here.ORFlick me an email at podcast@themankind.coSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/themankindco)
Yes, Brothers!A podcast all about the hidden work men do. No, not the stuff that your wife doesn’t notice that you proudly beat your chest about, like putting on a load of washing once in a while. I'm talking about the internal, mental work that we do. On average, 1 in 8 men will battle with depression, 1 in 5 will live with anxiety, and out of every 8 suicides per day in Australia, men will account for 6 of those.It's time we start having the conversations that matter, and start teaching our young men what it all really means to be a man. Join me and my guests each week as we dive into the real topics around masculinity and manhood.Connect with us;ChrisFB: @chrisedgeofficialInsta: @chrisedge_officialwww: chrisedge.com.au 
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Podcast Details

Created by
Chris Edge
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 3rd, 2019
Latest Episode
Jan 17th, 2021
Release Period
3 per week
Episodes
18
Avg. Episode Length
42 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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