Category Archives for "Parenting"

The Difference Between Sons and Daughters

This is part two of a seven part series. The Order: Son Daughter Wife Finances Home Tradition Country There seems to be a misconception among modern fathers that their daughters are beings who are entirely dependent upon and the responsibility of their wife. They view their son as their heir and their daughter as the […]

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Baseball & Letting Your Son Become a Man

This year is the first year my son has played “real” baseball. I put real in quotes because he played last year, but the first half of the year was coach pitch, not player. It has been an amazing opportunity to coach him and a year which you can see him and I sharing moments […]

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Modern Day Agoge Part II

I first wrote of how I’d created a modern version of Agoge back in September 2016. Since writing that post, ‘Modern Day Agoge: A man’s path to raising a masculine son in a feminized society.‘ I’ve received countless emails from other fathers asking how they could implement this style of home education & a Rite of Passage […]

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Raise Your Daughter To Be A Girl: A Letter

Dear Daughter, Throughout your life there will be people who try to attribute all of your success as well as all of your failures to your gender. These people may not be cognizant of what they’re doing, so as your father, I’m going to make you are always aware. Your mother and I are raising […]

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Queen & Warrior

Women are submissive by nature and in a healthy marriage a wife will defer to her man when confrontation is required. When vetting your woman, look for her submissive nature while at the same time looking to ensure she’s a strong woman. My wife submits to me alone, I don’t need her strong in the […]

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Being a Father

What about you, have you had the experience where your children served as fuel or are you seeing them to be more of an anchor? This is a continuation of my Burden of Family post. A friend of mine recently returned home after his wife delivered triplets. We spoke a few times while she was sleeping and I […]

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