Hey, with, you know, hearing and tapping into that creativity and inspiration and even in the workplace when I worked with leaders, you know, there's a big push. It has been for quite a few years about emotional intelligence and now positive intelligence. You know, it's really about bringing empathy and compassion and understanding and curiosity. Um, you know, back into the balance. And I think those qualities are a considered more feminine in their way. You know, it's it's the Mauritz the feminine way to be in touch with the intuition. It's the feminine way to be more aware and to hold that space for compassion and empathy. But realistically, years and years and years ago, men were more in touch with those qualities as well. So I think it's really about the intent. If a man is desire ing to take a look at himself through that lens, then he's going to be able to do it. It may take some time. It may take practice, but keeping keeping the goal in mind that there is no perfection, that everything in life is practice and it's just getting better yourself is what really allows men to tap into their gifts and become stronger and better because of it. Mm. Wow. No Theresa Use of something that a lot of persons might not necessarily agree with because I find that there there's the There's this ideology where, um, everyone, especially men, can be really hard of themselves because they feel like they need to be perfect. I need to be perfect that I need to be perfect husband. I need to be perfect employee, you know, you know, I need to be or the idea is a I need to be. I have to be better than that guy. So if I'm not better than I am never good enough, so you know on. But it sounds like that is in conflict with a conscious relationship. So So how does one nurture the idea behind a conscious relationship as it relates toe healthy masculinity? How does a man who is Let's say he's toy? He was raised in a certain environment. He believes that, um, if you fall outside of this, if you fall outside of this class, you are no longer a man. You have lost your masculinity. How do we help these men? Absolutely. And you know that is such a great point, you know? And it's something that my husband and I have had many conversations about because he, too, is that stereotypical jock. And and he, you know, he has in the past struggled with Who is he? If he if he is not presenting this really John Wayne stoic front to the world and to his friends and and he's not, you know, being the guy's guy with the men, then who is he and what I have, you know?