Interestingly, I somehow managed to infiltrate the “Man’s Group” and now I have some juicy inside info into dudes and what they talk about in these private groups…
Actually, I have nothing lol. Men talk about the same issues women talk about. And trans men or women, and queers have the same issues to talk about as well. We all have relationship issues, or lack-thereof relationship issues lol.
Truthfully, I thought the group was over and went in to sit down and only realized as men were coming back from the bathroom that I was not supposed to be there. Frank asked me to stay and to feel comfortable to ask any questions that I might have. I had more than I thought.
I’m really happy I had the chance to participate in this group because I left feeling like I had actually gotten some reasonable, rational, useful, positive, and most of all, solution potential advice. I intend to try the proposed strategy and see how it helps.
Happily, I will even be able to come back to the group to tell Frank how well it worked or how it didn’t and I need more advice, because he has changed the group. He will open to group to all persons, all genders and identities, sexual orientations, and relationship structures. This way all people can discuss relationship challenges.
The new class will take the place of the Man’s group and will now be called the “Relationship Management Group” offered every Friday from 7-10pm at the ALCC.
– Contessa Alura