Men, we are in more pain now than ever before.
We are taught to either be the “Lone Wolf” and do it all alone, or to be the Sensitive New Age “Nice Guy”.
But the only thing I’ve seen come from these two options is pain:
- Divorce, because we don’t know how to lead our relationships with kindness and strength
- Drinking, drugs... Addictions
- Suicide, when we think it’s our only option
- Porn addiction, so we can feel good for two fucking seconds
- The list goes on…
One day I had an idea.
What if there was a new option? One the civilized world wasn’t interested in. One that worked. One that honored who men were and yet gave them space to grow into who they needed to become.
In a fury I reverse-hacked a code. An Ethos.
NOT what we have been taught. NOT the civilized way of being. The OPPOSITE in fact—An UN-civilized set of tenets that when followed gave men the permission we needed to FEEL, to WAKE UP, and to TRANSFORM.
And then it happened.
The Ethos became a book. A roadmap taking a man from STUCK, LOST, and PURPOSELESS to ALIVE, CONFIDENT, AND UNAPOLOGETICALLY BRINGING THEIR DEEPEST PURPOSE TO THE WORLD.
A book that stopped both MEN and WOMEN dead in their tracks.
Every morning I woke up to messages that brought me to my knees. Stories of men who’d radically changed who they were as FATHERS, HUSBANDS, BROTHERS and MEN.
But one question kept haunting me…
“Hey I read your book, but what do I do now? How do I find other men following this path?”
Haunted me because I had no answer. There was no tribe, no team…
Continually stumbling forward, what started as a Facebook page for like-minded men is now hundreds of men all over the world who call each other brother as members of:
Why the hell should you listen to me?
Because I’ve been there.
Right where you are now. I lost a pregnancy, my marriage, and my business partnership all within weeks of each other. I’ve been in pain from living the way that society told me a man should live.
Then I said fuck it, and started a radical social experiment. I spent the next 12 months as if it were my last year to live, aptly naming it “The Year to Live Project.”
Highlights of the year include:
- Volunteering with the dying as a hospice worker
- Meditating for 28 days STRAIGHT in a Guatemalan hut in complete isolation and pitch-black darkness
- Living in the frigid Utah wilderness with ONLY a knife, a water bottle, and a blanket for a WHOLE month
Trust me, I’m hard-headed and need the extremes to wake me up—you don’t have to go that far though. It radically changed my life and now I’m using the lessons I learned to help men like you become UNcivilized WITHOUT having to go to those lengths.JOIN THE NATION
WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE NATION
In the Nation, I found, for the first time in my life, a place where I can show up authentically without fear of judgement or criticism. A place where I share openly about my struggles and victories, where I receive genuine support from men who are on the same path.
—D.C., Bend, OR
The Nation has provided me with an open door. An open door to be myself. An open door to express my masculinity. An open door to ask the questions I didn't feel safe asking anywhere else. The Nation has opened up the door for more possibilities in my life than I ever thought possible.
—E.D., Des Moines IA
The Nation is a place of freedom. A place to be what I need to be. A Man alongside Men. It is a gathering of real men, men who have the balls to step outside the conventional world and live UNcivilized.
—M.H., Lethbridge, AUS
I’m thankful for an open, no judgment space to share my struggles and wins. Show up and do the work, the wins will come, but you have to be here.
—Z.M., Mansfield, OH
This group has been a huge blessing for me! Just listening to the stories that everyone is going through helps me feel like I'm not alone. Being able to express how I feel and knowing that I'm going to receive quality feedback and support is a great feeling to have.
—N.O., Wheat Ridge, CO
The Nation checks my bullshit, challenges me to make the most of the present, forces me to question the easy path, sits with me when I’m right down in the dirt, celebrates with me when I’m not. It’s a global band of brothers I’m privileged to belong to.
—C.C., London, U.K.
I've always had to be a one-man army before, fighting the battles of life alone. This group gives me like-minded men who will support and defend that fight, so we all achieve victory.
—G.B., Philadelphia, PA
This nation has allowed me to gain a community of like-minded men, who have zero interests in anything other than helping each other heal!
—T.J., Compton, CA
I have a global tribe of men who I can trust and know that they got my back just like I got theirs. A band of brothers on whom I can lean on, learn from and share with.
—H.K., The Hague, NL
One of the best decisions that I've made in 40 years of life. If you are seeking brotherhood, knowledge, expansion, peace, awareness, heart, leadership, and so much more, seek no more. This IS it!
—R.W., Denver, CO
*These results are not guaranteed, and are different for every person.
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Traver Boehm knows men. How they think, what’s behind their behavior, and most importantly — their unique challenges in the modern landscape.
In 2016 after losing a pregnancy, his marriage, and his business partnership all within weeks of each other, he created a radical year-long social experiment to answer the question, “Who am I as a man?”
Traver is the the founder of the UNcivilized Men’s Movement, the fastest growing men’s movement in the world. He is the author of “Today I Rise”, and “Man UNcivilized” as well as a two-time TEDx speaker, men’s coach and podcaster.
Drawing upon an eclectic background ranging from professional bodyguard and Mixed Martial Arts to a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and meditation, Traver counsels men, women, and couples on how to better understand men’s mental health and relationship difficulties.
With a passion for people and a unique lens through which to view the human experience, Traver is a highly sought after teacher in the fields of consciousness, relationship, and personal development.