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Quentin Williams is a SoCal badass.
The Pittsburgh native has found is stride in San Diego and is the epitome of what it is to be an open, vulnerable and strong EVRYMAN
quentinwilliams3 *2018 Veterans Expedition, Joshua Tree March 2018, Evryman North County (San Diego County), current Evryman San Diego leader.
• What have you gained from EVRYMAN?
Evryman’s given me the sense of belonging I've craved ever since I left football after college. It's held the space for me to realize the shared mission that all men are on, no matter our age or background. We’re all here to be better. By taking that camaraderie out of group with me, I've been gifted a stronger connection to my purpose and self worth. There's nothing quite like it.
• How has EVRYMAN supported you as a man?
I've also gotten to experience a full spectrum of emotions in front of other men. Wide eyed joy never felt manly growing up. Neither did overwhelming sadness. Now they all feel right and real. And probably most importantly, they’ve helped inform my life’s path. Showing up as myself has been the greatest gift I've given myself.
• What would you say to a man who is interested in attending an EVRYMAN men's group and/or retreat?
I can only speak from my experience, so I'd say Evryman has been all about taking care of myself and sticking up for myself. If you think having your own back is cool, join us.
• Anything else you'd like to add?
Evryman for me feels like coming home.
If you’re in the San Diego area and are looking for a group reach out to Quentin for more information…