Reasons to be Thankful

This Thanksgiving, be thankful you’re a man. Be thankful that for whatever reason you have decided to reclaim (or maintain) your masculinity. Be thankful that you have the tools and resources (Manosphere/Books) to no longer get caught up in your wife’s frame. You are now enlightened, you are now able to look over the storm that is your wife’s mind. See it for what it is, enjoy the view from above. You are no longer in it brother.

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Watch the storm, don’t get caught in it

Be thankful that there are other men out there with the same goal as you, to maintain their masculine identity throughout marriage and fatherhood. Appreciate the words they voluntarily share online and through their writing. Appreciate that while you are walking your path alone, that you are not alone in this struggle.

As you think on the many reasons you have to be thankful this Thanksgiving, consider the flip side to the coin. Your appreciation is for those who have given, are you paying your dues? Are you playing your part in being the example for others to follow, the beacon of hope that let’s other men know that marriage doesn’t have to suck??

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Be the beacon through action

It’s your actions that will send the signal to other men. Telling your wife no from time to time, having a 6 pack as a father of two, standing tall, maintaining appropriate eye contact, and presenting dominant body language will send the signal to other men that you’ve got it going on. Be that light, fire, or planter. Put that seed in their mind that maybe things don’t have to suck ass just because they’re a married man or a father.

I hope every man that reads this post is Thankful that they are alive and able to take what they want from this life.

Stay Strong Brothers, I hope you have a great Thanksgiving,
Hunter
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