‘Coach, consultant and guru of all things men…’ The Man Whisperer - Kenny Mammarella D'Cruz

‘Man Whisperer’

The Man Whisperer - Personal Development Consultant

Who are you? Why are you here? Where are you going? Want to get clear?


Personal Development The Man Whisperer

Personal Development Consultant : Kenny Mammarella-D’Cruz

I share personal development, management & marketing tools to empower men to transform their lives and businesses.

‘He’s a gentle voice in the ears of the many men who come to him for help with life – he’s the man whisperer.’

The Man Whisperer

Want to know who you really are? You’ve come to the right place. I provide practical steps to empower you to turn around any issues, relationships and opportunities that have dominated your life. I’ll help you see the bigger picture of your life so that you can truly understand your past and transform your future.

I share insights and simple tools for daily life and I can work with you in a private consultations or as part of a mens group (in London or online).

By the time you’ve finished your journey with me, you’ll own your story, rather than your story owning you. You’ll have the awareness and tools to consciously embody your potential and calmly live your life with an open heart, a quiet mind and feet firmly on the ground.

Find out more About Me.

Kenny is the man’s man who gets to the heart of a guy’s issues. He talks frankly and open-heartedly to rebuild broken spirits and to give men the space they need not to hide their fears with a smokescreen “Wallace-type smile in front of the rage” but to go through the darkness. His humorous, easy spirit provides an empathetic place for men of all ages to open up to this “shadow” self that (otherwise) leads to despair.

Personal Discovery

Who Are You?

Uncover the best of who you really are and embody your potential.


Men’s Groups

Do You Want To Become A Better Man?

We get real, laugh, listen and grow together. Self-awareness is the key.


Voice Dialogue

What’s Running Your Life?

Meet, and consciously work with the conflicting parts inside of you.


Management Consultancy

Is Your Business Conscious And Delivering Results?

Getting the results that matter to you, aligned with your vision & values.


Transformation Game

How Do You Play The Game Of Life?

A simple board game, empowering you to totally transform your life.


Upcoming Special Events

Personal Development for Personal Trainers PD4PT – July 4…

Weekly mastermind group for personal trainers (at the central London YMCA) More info…

Menrocco: Men’s Personal Development Adventures in Morocco – October

Five days in Morrocco, plus men’s groups beforehand to prepare and aftwerwards to consolidate the progress. More info…

Personal Development for Personal Trainers

On Tuesday afternoons (starts 4th July) I run an ongoing course/mastermind for personal trainers.

While I’ll be the main facilitator, I’m very pleased to have as my co-facilitator, Paul Harrild, a successful personal trainer.

The focus will be on the psychological issues involved with being a personal trainer and how those issues affect your personal wellbeing and the success of your business. This is a mix of course and mastermind-group. There will be a structure with planned topics, but that structure will be flexible so that we can respond to the needs of the participants, and handle the real life issues that you may be encountering at the time.

Participants will gain:

  • greater awareness and understanding of the issues, as well as
  • tips and strategies for dealing with them,

so that they can become better, more successful personal trainers and happier people.

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Blog posts

Songs About Fathers

There are many types of fathers and father-son relationships, and listening to these songs may bring up various emotions for you. Some may help you feel greater appreciation for your father, and others may touch upon painful an unresolved aspects of your relationship. Use them as a catalyst to heal your wounds and improve your relationship.   Papa can you hear me? – Barbara Streisand   Cats in the Cradle – Harry Chapin   Song for Dad – Keith Urban   Father & Son – Cat Stephens   A Father’s Love – Bucky Covington   I’m Sorry Dad – Devvon Terrell   A Boy Named Sue – Johnny Cash   Drinking beer with dad – Kid Rock   Just the two of us – Will Smith   Hey Dad – Matt Stillwell   I love My Dad – Sun Kil Moon   my dad says that’s for pussies bloodhound – Bloodhound Gang   My dad snores – John Williamson   Oilfield Dad – Bryan... read more

A Letter to my Father

One man’s yearning for his father, from across the world This is an open letter that I wrote to my father, in 1997, when I had been overseas for three years. It was a time when I was doing a lot of soul searching and personal growth. My relationship with my father had always been a bit confusing, but on the night I wrote this letter I was able to access a gratitude and a perspective that was (and is) raw and real. I know your hands. I know the shape of your fingers and your fingernails. I know how I feel when you open your face and laugh. I know the way you raise your right eyebrow and talk from the side of your face when you are joking. How you hold your glasses when you laugh so much that you wipe your tears on the back of your hand. Your mischievous guilt when you let off a smelly windy one. How you used to hold my hand in yours and make me feel proud, safe and loved. How I missed you when you weren’t around, how I was scared that you would leave us and not love me. How I trust and respect and love and like you. How you forgive and accept me. How you reach out and catch me so I don’t hurt myself when I fall. How you make it OK. How I am scared not to have you around when you die. How I know you will always love me and look after me. How I am loved and how you have taught... read more

‘The Game’: players, prostitutes, lads and ladies of the night

When Lauren asked if she could kiss me, I instinctively said “no” and tagged another guy to take my place in the scene – a snog was far too ‘in your face’ for my liking, and definitely too intimate for happily married me.

A couple of scenes later, I knew Russell was in trouble when I saw his top lip quiver and the blood rushing to his face. He was enacting a violent bedroom scene with Gemma, strangling her with his left arm while pretending to penetrate her from behind. The director stopped the scene and I allowed Russell to ‘tag me in’ as his replacement to complete the scene. Gemma was naked, but I remained fully clothed throughout the play, as did the four other male volunteers.

‘The Game’ is an incredible live show, in which scenes from the real life stories of six prostitutes are played to the audience. The male characters are all played by non-actors, who…

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How to Love and Support the Amazing Women in your Life

To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, I’m doing my bit to help women by helping men to better understand women, so that we can all have better relationships and happier lives. Menstruation and menopause are things that women experience and men don’t, and therefore it can be difficult for some men to understand and relate to women around those things. That’s why I’ve asked Christine Page to write this guest blog to give us men some advice about this.

As a doctor and counsellor for over 40 years, I’ve been privileged to share intimacies with thousands of women around the world.

My husband Leland says: there’s nothing more beautiful in the Universe than a woman in her power. I’ve met many men who echo this sentiment; they just want to know how to serve the females in their lives. But when asked what they want, their women often reply: if you love me, you should know!

Please, men, don’t walk away or stop asking. Women embody a collective amnesia, following the suppression of all things feminine some 3500 years ago. This has left us with few role models today who express the qualities of a fully empowered and beautiful woman.

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