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Episode 2 | How Do I Hold on to My NUTS?
Wayne M. Levine, M.A. is the director of BetterMen Coaching in Agoura Hills, CA (est. 2001) where he coaches men to be the best men, fathers, husbands and leaders they can be. He also facilitates men’s groups and created the BetterMen Retreats for men. Over the years, his practice has expanded to support couples, young men and families.
In addition, Wayne is the author of the best-selling “Hold On to Your N.U.T.s—The Relationship Manual for Men.”
Through years of facilitating men’s events, speaking to groups of men and women, and regularly appearing on radio talk shows, Wayne has evolved into an articulate, opinionated, and humorous speaker on men’s issues and relationships.
Wayne’s interest in men’s issues began in the early ‘90s with his participation in men’s work activities. His experiences with men’s groups, as a participant, leader and program developer, taught Wayne to “father” men and to support them in making difficult and important changes in their lives.
Wayne earned his Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University/Los Angeles. Wayne also received his B.A. in Journalism and graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Southern California.
- 00:45 - Intro
- 00:56 - Quote:
- 01:12 - Rant, Discipline?
- 01.55 - Masculine Minute
- 02:19 - Cheating on my wife
- 07:02 - Lobo Loco
- 09:00 - Offer
- 09:22 - Wayne’s Intro
- 09.55 - Holding on to your NUTS
- 10:20 - Opening Your Heart Without Losing Your Balls
- 12:55 - The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer
- 13:39 - What’s Changed in the last 10 years?
- 14:34 - The Spiritual Foundation
- 15:20 - How do you bridge the conversation with someone who has different views of spirituality?
- 17:00 - Divorce
- 17:50 - Asking for Help
- 19:10 - Inheriting Frustration and Pain
- 20:35 - Do Your Work Now
- 20:59 - Wayne’s Journey
- 21:00 - Wow, Hot off the Press
- 25:03 - Is this even mine?
- 27:02 - Trusting the Process
- 27:35 - Safe Container?
- 28:45 - Embracing Radical Responsibility
- 30:10 - We can all Agree that Life is Tough? Really?
- 31:00 - Gratitude
- 32:00 - Breaking the Container
- 33:35 - Tattoo
- 34:35 - Masculine and Feminine
- 35:35 - Lobo Loco
- 36:40 - Dark Night of the Soul
- 38:15 - What do you stand for?
- 39:10 - What are your NUTS?
- 40:25 - Less Attachment
- 41:20 - Having the Conversation
- 42:00 - Being with a Goddess
- 43:10 - What do You Say to Your Younger Self?
- 44:35 - The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
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