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Manscaping

In Men's Health, Mind and Movement by joanne.green0 Comments

A light-hearted musing about trends, and a reminder that the real you is neither in fashion nor out of it.   No longer content to trim only nasal and ear hair, it seems men have fallen victim to what may be at times an obsession with physical beauty… introducing, ‘the …

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The man cave

In Community and Relationship, Men's Health by john.broadbent0 Comments

Men have external and internal man caves. The external man cave is generally a place where a man can go into his own space, away from the family and what one site described as ‘female sensibilities’. The ‘man cave’ has been the subject of much conjecture and even ridicule. There …

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Men in relationships

In Community and Relationship, Men's Health by Living Now0 Comments

While every man is different and it would be wrong to speak for all men, there are some common myths around men that could do with clarifying. Here are four myths about men in relationships. At the end of many romantic movie ‘chick flicks’ or women’s magazine articles, there has …

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Becoming a man

In Community and Relationship, Men's Health by Living Now0 Comments

My journey towards manhood was barely acknowledged in my mainstream, Western culture, let alone deliberately nurtured or supported by other men or the wider community. There were no rights of passage, men’s circle, rituals or ceremonies to celebrate and acknowledge my coming of age and no initiations into each new …

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The emotional blanket

In Health and Healing, Men's Health by Living Now0 Comments

The emotional blanket. Australian men and depression – some new insights. The problem: Current statistics show that Australian women are much more likely to be medically diagnosed with depression than are Australian men. Shockingly, and counter-intuitively, the figures also show that young Australian men are four times more likely to …