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MASCULINE PSYCHOLOGY AND MEN'S ISSUES THOUGHT LEADERS HEADLINE 4 JUNE 2017 CATHARTIC, STRAIGHT NO-CHASER DIALOGUE ON MEN'S PSYCHOLOGICAL, SPIRITUAL, AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH





CONTACT:
USA International Men’s Day Team



          AUSTIN, TEXAS (USA) – 19 May 2017 –  What role does the psychological, spiritual, and emotional trauma suffered by a Man during his journey from childhood to adulthood  play in his relationships with his wife or girlfriend, children, neighbors, and co-workers; his ability to live a purpose-driven, physically and mentally healthy, happy, and long life; career choices; and parenting style?   How does a Man’s “Mother Wound” or “Father Wound” impact his emotional intelligence?  What do Women need to know about Men and their emotional, psychological, and spiritual health and what role can and should Women play in helping Men heal emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically?   These questions are just a sample of the issues and questions that will be explored in a “straight-no-chaser”, cathartic, and solutions-oriented dialogue on Sunday, 4 June 2017 from 2:00 P.M. (E.D.T.) through 4:00 P.M. (E.D.T.) in a National Teleconference on Men’s  Emotional, Psychological, And Spiritual Health.  Hosted by the USA International Men’s Day Team, the National Teleconference on Men’s Emotional, Psychological and Spiritual Health launches the United States’ observance of National Men’s Health Month which is observed in June of each year.  The National Teleconference  “dial-in” number is 712-775-7031 and the access code is 803 828.  



          Panelists for the National Teleconference on Men’s Emotional, Psychological, and Spiritual Health are national and international Masculine Psychology and Men’s Issues Thought Leaders:



·         Rick Belden

·         David DuBay

·         Peter C. Feeney

·         Rick Fortier

·         Jeffrey Jackson

·         Jonathan Pratt

·         Syris Metara



Fatherhood and Men’s Issues Thought Leaders, educators, school  administrators, parents, legislators, clergy, business leaders, social entrepreneurs, legislators, military veterans, law enforcement professionals, health care professionals and providers, social services professionals and providers, legal professionals, journalists, and concerned citizens are encouraged to participate in the National Teleconference on Men’s Emotional, Psychological, And Spiritual Healing.  



            For further information about the National Teleconference on Men’s Emotional, Psychological, And Spiritual Health hosted by the USA International Men’s Day Team, send an e-mail to: insearchoffatherhood@gmail.com.




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