American men let it all out at new support groups

'Evryman' Co-Founder Lucas Krump cries during a group meeting at Race Brook Lodge on December 6, 2019 in Sheffield, Massachusetts. PHOTO | AFP 

What you need to know:

  • Over the course of one weekend last month, no fewer than 55 men opened up about their weaknesses and insecurities
  • Participants share their experiences and take part in group and one-on-one workshops where they learn to deal with feelings of anxiety and anger
  • Evryman was founded in 2016, predating the #MeToo movement ignited by the Harvey Weinstein scandal in late 2017

In a chalet in the Massachusetts countryside, tears run down Lucas Krump's cheeks as he pours his heart out at one of a new kind of support group growing in popularity among American men.


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