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Everything you say fits 100% for me and it is a big relief for me that there is a possible way out.”, my God that's been my problem all along -- being a Mr. And I haven't had anyone say recently, "You're nice, and I see you like a brother." I'm not out seeking approval any more.
I remind myself to blurt things out, and I've said some dumb stuff that no one has held against me.
Since beginning my own recovery from the Nice Guy Syndrome, I have worked with thousands of Nice Guys. Nice Guy groups a week, lead seminars and workshops all over the world, taught online classes, and wrote the book, No More Mr. Now, twenty plus years after first beginning my journey of exploration, I can attest that there is hope and recovery from the Nice Guy Syndrome. I have had several 1-on-1 sessions with Robert and attended a men's group for help in my dating life.
I developed my own music booking company and a career as a live performer in Seattle. I spent quite a bit of time in Co DA meetings over the last decade and felt quite at home there.
) and a lot of it is about maleness and masculinity, and it reminds me of the passages in your book about men keeping company with men. Because of my family situation and cultural and religious background, my old self believed was that I was dirty and bad for being a man.
They're all Buddhists and they're basically discussing how to be better people, but I hear their conversations (they don't mind that I crane an ear in their direction! During the online classes I found others out there who I can share with.
I was blown away by the hard hitting honest information and the reality check that I was faced with.
My 20 years of frustration and not feeling authentic about who I was, had been answered.
You’ll make some lucky woman very happy some day.”One of my favorite mantras is “What one man can do, another man can do.” I sincerely believe it. Glover has been an incredible mentor and life coach since being introduced to him in my early college years.
If one man can confront and overcome his Nice Guy issues and get what he wants in love, sex, and life, so can you. I split my year between Seattle, WA and Puerto Vallarta, MX. After I got the courage to pick up the book, No More Mr. The book was practically a movie script that I was able to see my past and current life drama play out on.