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Young Fathers Aren’t a Bad Thing

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Fatherhood has long been associated with maturity, responsibility, and stability. Becoming a father is peak masculinity: The base level is being a man; this is where you grow your strength, pride, confidence, and ego – it’s where you learn the hierarchy of men and develop irrational confidence while learning what your role is in the world and your family. This…

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Your Kid Is Not An iChild

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Modern parenting comes with modern problems which didn’t exist when we (today’s parents) were kids. These problems didn’t exist, so we never developed a defense or awareness of what we had to look out for when raising our own children. If you’re a father looking to better focus on your relationship with your children, you need to break free from…

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Selfish Men Are Better Men

By Marriage & Relationships
Altruism has been deemed the "Ultimate Virtue" by individuals who seek neither responsibility for their life nor expectations of action at their feet.   The principles of your life and decision making process cannot be out-sourced to pseudo concern for the happiness of other people; Quitting all of your hobbies to be a "good" husband and father or allowing mainstream...
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How Removing Distractions Can Make You a Better Husband, Father, & Friend

By Marriage & Relationships
Men are struggling to maximize their relationships. The problem I've discovered over the years is that these men have forgotten what exactly they're supposed to be bringing to the relationship. It's like when you're invited to a cookout and someone says, "Just bring whatever you want" you're left there wondering:   Do they need something? What do I want to...
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