Fight Club is a panel discussion of men (and this time – a woman) about various topics of interest. This episode features Josh Hatcher, his wife Zoe Hatcher, and Brian Mahaney
In this episode, Zoe Hatcher says:
One thing that I think is lacking in many men is emotional health. I believe this is largely due to cultural norms that dictate that men should not express their emotions and that showing emotions is a sign of weakness.
This is complete nonsense.
All humans have emotions and it is perfectly natural and healthy to recognize and express them. In fact, being able to identify and communicate one’s feelings can lead to stronger relationships.
It does not make a man any less masculine or strong to be emotionally healthy. On the contrary, it shows that he is self-aware and capable of managing his emotions in a healthy way.
Norah Mirnerny: “For some, the deadly virus and its upheaval constituted the “first big thing they’d ever been through.” Meanwhile, McInerny and others whose lives had been shaped by grief, loss or tragedy had long known that “life is fragile and our pace in this modern world is untenable.”
Nora McInerny: I want my work to lower the bar for people. We have so much intense pressure to achieve and to perform in the face of all the suffering and struggle of modern life. You do not have to do anything other than just be a decent person and survive.
Fight Club is a monthly live panel discussion moderated by Josh Hatcher in his living room with several other men
This episode features: Josh Hatcher Dan Karrasch Dwayne Edgar Abe Hatcher
In this second installment of Fight Club, Josh Hatcher, Dan Karrasch, Dwayne Edgar, and Abe Hatcher talk about the reason young people do stupid things like cooking chicken in Nyquil (a “trend” similar to the Tide Pod Challenge).
The group also talks about young people who “identify as” feline, or who crave a mental health diagnosis in order to feel belonging and acceptance.
They talk about how each of us longs for belonging, and how we need to understand our identity.
There are plenty of side discussions about politics, faith, and brotherhood. Make sure to tune in.
In this panel discussion, Josh, Abe, Brian, and Dan will talk about a number of topics of interest to men, including Karate, The Rise of Andrew Tate, Joel Bauman’s public takedown of elite pedophiles, and a personal look at how we can identify which things are distractions and which are priorities.
Dan Karrasch also discusses a series of posts he has added to the Manlihood ManCave, our private facebook group for men entitled “EDC”.
If you want background information on some of the discussions from this episode:
Tucker Carlson interviews Andrew Tate
UFC Fighter Joel Bauman recently called out Jimmy Kimmel and the Hollywood Elite over the Epstein Flight Logs