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The Shame

I was recently asked how a guy who was ashamed to show his body was supposed to start hitting the gym. This guy was a father, husband, and man who truly wanted to reclaim his masculine ‘self’ yet was too embarrassed and ashamed to take that first step out into the world. Like Quasimodo who was […]

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The Void

Are you a man that is living a lifestyle which somehow doesn’t feel quite right? Do you feel as though there is this void, this sense of missed satisfaction and incomplete daily regret? If you fall into this category, understand that you aren’t alone. The sense of missing something is shared by thousands, if not millions of men out there. […]

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Excuses

“Excuses are like assholes, everyone has one and they all stink.” This is something I’d like you to recognize and really wrap your mind around. Everyone makes an excuse as to why they can’t do the things they need to do. Only a very select few out there are making excuses to do the things […]

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Xmas & NYE

This is my second Christmas writing on TFA (Here’s a link to last year’s Christmas post) for those unaware I’m a huge fan of the Christmas season. I know it’s commercialized as hell, but there’s something about the music, the cold, the snow, the food, the parties, etc that I’m a big fan of. Especially […]

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Rise Like The Phoenix

What I do on this blog is try to help men see that there is a different way to live. I try to let them see through theory, personal example, and a motivating call to arms through electronic text that they do not have to accept the cards that have been dealt to them. I […]

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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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Negative Visualizations

What if you could Jedi-Mind trick yourself into living a better life and not taking things for granted? Would you like to bring back that childlike wonder which comes from not knowing everything about the world? I’m here to tell you, it’s possible. When I was 6 years old my mother committed suicide. This left […]

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Smiling in the Rubble

There’s something innately manly about being able to smile while the entire world is telling you it’s time to be stressed out. It is a mindset which will serve you well as a man; there are plenty of benefits to being the one who can keep his wits and his humor about him when times […]

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