It’s about a culture of predation and harassment that’s endemic in multiple industries.
However, there are lots of men – good, well-intentioned men – who are worried about tripping over the line.
As the months passed and that thought reverberated more and more through my head, I chose her less and less. Thus did our nasty death spiral play itself out over five years. She felt me not choosing her every day, in my words and my actions, and she was afraid I would abandon her. Like a precious fragrant flower I brought proudly into my home but then failed to water, I left her alone in countless ways to wither in the dry hot heat of our intimate relationship. It could be as simple as noticing that in your deepest heart's truth, "I just do."If you can't find it today, ask yourself again tomorrow. But if too many days go by and you just can't connect with why you're choosing your partner, and your relationship is rife with stress, let them go.
One of those conversations happened to revolve around the Buzzfeed article “What To Do With ‘Shitty Media Men’?
” which discussed an anonymous Google spreadsheet being shared that named men working in the media who had reportedly acted inappropriately towards women.
Once you’ve found a job and are trying to turn that into a career, then mentors can be incredibly important.
They’re the ones who will help you build the network you need, groom you for new responsibilities and put you in contact with people who can take you further.
If a man and a woman are alone together for control themselves, it’s on women to make sure that they’re never in a position to tempt a good man into slipping his leash.
Not only is this victim-blaming horse shittery, it also defines “being a man” as “being a sexual predator”.Your loved one deserves to be enthusiastically chosen. You do, too.♦◊♦ https://A former US Air Force Captain, Bryan Reeves has survived multiple dark nights of the soul and done many stupid things that have taught him well.Bryan works with men, women and couples as a thriving life & relationship coach and teaches mindfulness to military vets.And there are others who worry that they themselves may end up on a similar list or having their name bandied about simply because they’re shy or awkward.And so for them, I want to talk about what it means to not be The Creep at work, at the conference or in class.The allegations – which a disclaimer on the document noted were unsubstantiated and based on primarily on gossip and hearsay – ranged from “weird lunch dates” to “flirting” to sexual assault and physical violence.