San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
By the time most girls reach 9 years old, they are well-versed in the emotional nuances that comprise their inner world. They are also quite competent in understanding and responding to the emotions of others. By this age, girls also learn how to cooperate by attending to important relational cues and nonverbal gestures. This is about the same time most boys are learning to throw a softball overhand.
Although that example is a slight exaggeration, the gender skill gap in EQ is real. This discrepancy has caused significant developmental delay in emotional literacy for most men and until recently, there were not many options for men trying to learn these skills.
Now a groundbreaking San Diego workshop is looking to change that. From Nov. 5-6, emotional skills trainer Ryan Moalemi will be leading a group for men that will focus on topics designed to improve their emotional capacity. The evidence-based techniques used in this group will give men insight into their inner world like never before. "As guys, we're taught to do things, but we're not taught how to feel; this is usually not part of our training," says Ryan Moalemi. "This group will be the first time many men learn about how valuable their emotions are and how they can use them to drastically improve every area of their lives," he added.
To learn more about this exciting event, visit the men's workshop page. Early bird registration starts today, early registrants will save up to 50% off of same-day ticket prices.