ABOUT

From November 2010 to November 2012 this blog played host to the unofficial online home of The Men’s Network in Brighton & Hove.

It was written by Glen Poole who was The Men’s Network’s  founder, Chair (2010-2011) and Strategic Director (2011-2012).

Since January 2013 it has been managed by Glen Poole to enable readers from around the world to access the archive of articles on this site and to provide a home for occasional updates on developments in the men and boys’ sector.

If you are interested in the work of Glen Poole from 2013 onwards then see the following sites:

If you have any queries please contact Glen Poole on 07981 334222 or email glen@glenpoole.com

3 comments on “ABOUT
  1. Graham Tuthill says:

    Tricia Mcleod is inviting Men to explore a Mens group run by her to give a place for exploration around men and women on Wednesday 30th January 2013 (see Facebook Events )

    Having participated in one of her groups here is what I wrote

    “At last a place for practical, compassionate and at times challenging interactions designed to free Men from past constraints in the arena of relationships.

    How much more rewarding and joyful my personal life would have been had this work been available 30 years ago!

    The exercises and approach have already made a huge difference and impact in such a short space of time.

    I urge any man who wants to address his relationship and sexual challenges around women to sign up for the next available course.

    The work Tricia has initiated is a profound gift for Men and Women “

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