In this encore episode from Season 1, Noam shares the importance of healthy masculinity and the male perspective of grief as well as how the Mankind Project helped him with his own grieving process.  He shares his unique perspective on the importance of using religious ritual one might already be familiar with in honoring the death of a loved one to help bring closure at the end of a marriage.

Noam Raucher is a coach of many colors. Noam is a divorce coach and offers men and dads, who are going through the haze of divorce and feel abandoned, a holistic: mind, body, and soul approach for going through major transitions in their lives with a teammate, confidence, and strategy.  In addition to that, Noam works with men individually and in small groups to build a life full of integrity, accountability, and emotional intelligence free of shame or judgement. Noam is also an ordained rabbi and trained educator and offers spiritual coaching to all who are seeking it. Whether that be through personal challenges, relationship struggles with family or intimate partners, and parenting. Noam has training in grief counseling, pastoral care, and process and emotional support group facilitation. Noam is a proud father, avid hiker, and is learning how to moonwalk without falling on his face. For more information on Noam, visit his website