Traditional stereotypes of men show men as people who don’t want to show weakness or deep emotions. Because of this some men feel uncomfortable about speaking about their feelings. Often men that are experiencing a relationship break up find themselves isolated in their pain.
The Men’s Hearts Break project allows men to listen to other men speaking about how they felt when their relationships ended. This work provides opportunities for men to listen, even if they don’t feel ready to talk or want to talk. It provides an alternative space to process emotions.
All recordings are real accounts of men’s experiences. Some are read by actors and others by the men themselves.
These true stories offer companionship, solace and a ray of hope to men coming to terms with similar experiences.
*The work includes men speaking candidly about feelings of suicide.
(This page is under construction. We are currently working with creatives to create visual content for the videos )
Men’s Hearts Break – A compilation of interviews with men about heart break
Men’s Hearts Break
A compilation of stories of coming to terms with, and moving on from broken relationships.
Un-Arranged Marriage (R1)
A story of surviving cultural sacrifice, betrayal and isolation
The following stories are about same sex relationships
Crossing The Fence (R13)
A Story of coming to terms with sexuality and experiencing heart break
Soaring with Britney (R16)
A story of surviving unrequited love, manipulation and despair.
Soldiering On (R7)
A story of wisdom gained through experiencing separation.
A story of surviving a broken heart, cultural restriction and isolation.
A story of surviving loss and finding truth and support.
If you would like to work through your emotions with one to one support see our Art of Emotions interactive programme.