48 min

The Importance Of Community With The Founders Of Tethr Miss Amanda Chen Show

    • Mental Health

Hello and welcome back to the Miss Amanda Chen Show. If you’ve been following this podcast, I am almost halfway through the 100 Masked Men Series, where I interview men anonymously about what masculinity means to them and how their self worth is measured against their interactions with women.


This month we have had the pleasure of partnering with Tethr, the world’s first peer to peer community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life. I think it’s kinda crazy that this platform was created now, that it has taken this long for us to realize how important it is to have conversations among peers about what were going through, how were feeling, and be able to openly and honestly express ourselves without judgment. I guess that also explains why I was so compelled to start interviewing men and trying to understand why we are the way we are.


Today I’m sitting down with the founders of Tethr, Matt and Addison and we talk about how these two came together, the landscape for mens mental health, and how women can also get involved in this space to improve our relationships with one another. Let’s get into it.


Make sure to check out Tethr and let me know how it goes. And as always make sure to subscribe to the show and I’ll see you next Wednesday with more episodes of the 100 Masked Men.

Hello and welcome back to the Miss Amanda Chen Show. If you’ve been following this podcast, I am almost halfway through the 100 Masked Men Series, where I interview men anonymously about what masculinity means to them and how their self worth is measured against their interactions with women.


This month we have had the pleasure of partnering with Tethr, the world’s first peer to peer community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life. I think it’s kinda crazy that this platform was created now, that it has taken this long for us to realize how important it is to have conversations among peers about what were going through, how were feeling, and be able to openly and honestly express ourselves without judgment. I guess that also explains why I was so compelled to start interviewing men and trying to understand why we are the way we are.


Today I’m sitting down with the founders of Tethr, Matt and Addison and we talk about how these two came together, the landscape for mens mental health, and how women can also get involved in this space to improve our relationships with one another. Let’s get into it.


Make sure to check out Tethr and let me know how it goes. And as always make sure to subscribe to the show and I’ll see you next Wednesday with more episodes of the 100 Masked Men.

48 min