Tag Archives for " Masculinity in Marriage "

Meditation in Motion

Many readers on the “Manosphere” keep asking the same questions and a lot of writers keep providing the same answers with their unique take here and there. Guys unplug and then they’ll say, “I don’t know what to do”. They are angry yet they aren’t quite sure at whom or what specifically it is that angers them. […]

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Burn Your Ship

The most crucial aspect to reclaiming your masculine nature is committing to something with every fiber of your being. You have to want to improve and take responsibility for your life so bad that you’re willing to jump without knowing where you’ll land. You have to put yourself in a very vulnerable position where you’re […]

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Veterans Day Post

I am a Veteran, I served 8 years on active duty in the United States Navy. I’ve deployed twice, been to 5 countries, have over 600 days at sea, and I loved every minute of it (even the parts I hated I loved). This Veterans day I want to address a few things with my […]

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Credible Sources?

There seems to be this notion on the manosphere that certain men in certain life situations are completely incapable of providing beneficial or constructive information. I saw an engagement on Twitter between two men and it ended with one telling the other, “I’m not going to listen to your advice because you’re divorced”. Now, I’ll admit […]

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Stop being a Clown

One of the most necessary actions a man must take on his journey towards becoming a man is to accept reality for what it is and not what he wants it to be. You see, we all want the same thing. We want life to be easy, we want women to love us the same […]

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Break The Mold

You can’t accept the truth until you accept you’ve been living a lie. The majority of men I know (majority as in 95%) are living their lives inside of a mold that was forged for them by white knights, women, and our society as a whole. As much as it sucks to accept you, my […]

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Intentional Discomfort

Keeping passion, desire, joy, and productivity in a marriage is difficult; it’s even harder to do in life. The problem is that the things you do aren’t new and because they aren’t new they lose that initial feeling of wow. I’ve written about this in Remain UNpredictable as routine kills marriages. I’ve also written about the […]

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