Real Man 1
I felt that to be a “Real Man” meant that I had to be 10 foot tall and bulletproof, that I had to adopt an “I’m OK” persona and externally look like I had everything under control. I felt that I couldn’t ask for help and that I had to figure it out all by myself. At Real Man 1, I realised that Real Men come in different sizes, ages, and from all walks of life, the common theme being that they have the courage to address their greatest fears. The bonding, laughter, honesty and connection amongst my new brothers is extraordinary. I believe that every man deserves to know and reveal the Real Man inside.