The Sterling Institute of Relationships (SIR) is an organization I will always support and promote, for two reasons. 
 
One, I agree with Justin Sterling that there are fundamental differences between men and women.  The feminist viewpoint of men and women being exactly the same are at the core of what is injuring our attraction for one another as men and women, and the sustainability of the romantic relationship and the sexual polarity between them. 
 
Two, it was through my attendance of The Sterling Men's Weekend that I was able to discover my circle of men.  This circle of men hold me accountable, call me out on my BS, and support me so that I can be the man I've always wanted to be for myself, my woman, my family, and my community.
 
SIR hosts four Men's Weekends (SMW) and Woman's Weekends (SWW) each year.  Two of each on the west coast, and two of each on the east coast.  I have personally attended a SMW event in May of 2017.  I have written a blog post about that experience which you can read by clicking on the following link: http://tjdunhoft.elinkstaging.com/news/product-review/my-experience-of-the-sterling-men-s-weekend
 
The following are links to all the information for The Sterling Men's Weekend and The Sterling Women's Weekend including the purpose for each.  I encourage you to visit the appropriate weekend event for you.  Take some time to familiarize yourself with SIR and the event.
 
Sterling Men's Weekend (LINK)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Purpose of The Men's Weekend:
 
"To engage in the process of locating the source of your power and discovering and dissolving the barriers between you and manifesting that power so that you experience total freedom as only a man can and with that freedom be the man you always wanted to be."
 
Sterling Women's Weekend (LINK)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Purpose of The Women's Weekend:
 
"To engage in the process of locating the source of your power and discovering and dissolving the barriers between you and manifesting that power in your relationships and in the world."
 
 
I wanted to also post a link to a woman's review of her experience at The Sterling Women's Weekend for any woman who may also be reading this web page and a desire to hear about another woman's experience and perspective.
 
 
For more information, please visit Sterling Institute of Relationship or call 510-836-1400