I show men how to experience life with a healed heart, a sound mind, calm emotions, confident actions, deep and emotionally-satisfying connection, and vibrant, passionate intimacy
Men who desire to live a life of significance must do so in the fellowship of other men.
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I’m Sven Masterson and I’m a passionate, loving mentor of men.
Here on my site you’ll find blogs posts that represent my thoughts on many subjects related to the masculine journey. I write about the same subjects that I also help men with through mentoring: identity, significance, value, sexuality, marriage and relationships, faith, spirituality and more.
“We have flown the air like birds and swum the sea like fishes, but have yet to learn the simple act of walking the earth like brothers.”
Dr. Martin Luther King
I support men in many areas of life through mentorship, such as:
Sexless & Low-Sex Marriage
Emotional Affair Recovery
Physical Affair Recovery
Second Guessing Partner Selection
Mission & Purpose
Faith & Spirituality
Fear & Anxiety
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I knew I had a wife problem!
I knew I was being wronged!
I knew I was being disrespected, overlooked, misjudged, unvalued, and unloved.
When we first meet these men, they’re convinced they have specific problems like:
Feeling alone even though in a relationship or in a crowd
An angry, cold, distant wife or partner who doesn’t seem to like them, let alone love them
Not receiving warmth/attention/affection/touch/together time/sex/intimacy
Their wife/partner spending too much time on her phone/with friends/with the kids/etc
Hey brother, I appreciated your recent question and comments about feeling anxious in life and marriage. You mentioned being anxious and fearful all the time but unable to capture any of it. I relate! Especially when you described those anxious thoughts as "ping-pong...
This video and article were created in response to a being asked, "how do I truly let go of a woman?" by a member of our Mentoring Men community. Bobby, Your question plucked a heart chord with me - one that needs to be plucked now and then because it reminds me of...
Then one day, often just after a “more trail marathon,” like a vacation, home renovation, or big holiday, our wives say some dreadful words.
“I love you, but I’m not in love with you.”
“I think I want a divorce.”
“Yes… I *am* having an affair.”
“I can’t give you what you want.”
“I need to find myself.”
Many of these men are in sexless or sexless or sex-starved relationships. They feel a deep lack of far more than sex but of deep, connected emotionally-satisfying intimacy. In fact, that’s usually their chief frustration and complaint.