If a man wants to live easier, without constant complications in relationships, especially love and partnership, the book “The Mask of Masculinity by Lewis Howes” is one of the most suitable for starting an emotional education.
Through the masks of masculinity that destroy the lives not only of themselves but of all who are in relationships with them, Howes clearly shows us the delusions of these masks and the vulnerabilities of the men that made them wear the mask at all.
When it hurts, you have the opportunity to spit in your hands, start working and get emotionally educated, or continue your life path with one or more masks, which is sure to complicate your life for yourself and others. With the mask, you will only further injure yourself, as well as others who love you.
“Compassion for oneself and compassion for others grow together and are connected; this means that men who find and regain lost parts of themselves will heal everyone. ”
Loving yourself and loving others are two sides of the coin. If you don’t love yourself, you can’t love another. In fact, many adult men are not capable of any of this.
Stoic mask, sports mask, material mask, aggression mask, joker mask, invincibility mask, omniscience mask, alpha mask.
What’s Behind These Masks?
A whole bunch of weak points, fears, and feelings of inferiority. Vulnerabilities that a man does not want to show, so he prefers to hide behind a mask, which makes him unhappy all the time.
The book helps men and women understand what is happening to men, why they prefer to put on masks, and where everyone, mostly on the wrong paths and dead ends, is seduced by masks with which they wanted to save their souls. Still, they only suppressed themself even more. The book gives us an insight that masks are not worth it. It pays, however, to be vulnerable, to face oneself, and to rise to a higher level where a man will be able to love himself and others. This will allow him to ensure a happier life, which will always be full of ups and downs, but it will be easier for men to solve them.
Many men grow up angry, frustrated, and always looking for something that is never enough. But men who find and regain lost parts of themselves heal everyone.