The best way to fight back against those who are looking to eradicate all things masculine, is to destroy the notion that masculinity is something to be associated with negativity. We've all heard it: You're too aggressive You're too competitive You're too focused on your job, your strength, your beard, etc. Society's support of the … Continue reading Positive Masculinity Puts a Spotlight on Red Pill Parenting
This is part seven of a seven part series. It's been a solid week, one which has forced me to reflect on how fortunate I am as a man to have the life that I live. I hope you've enjoyed reading the essays this past week as much as I have enjoyed writing them. The … Continue reading Proud to be an American
This is part five of a seven part series. The Order: Son Daughter Wife Finances Home Tradition Country I set the goal of writing seven posts in seven days. Today is the day that almost broke my streak, almost. I worked from 0600 to 1600 and then went sailing from 1630 to 2000. Got home … Continue reading You Decide Whether Your House is a Home
This is part three of a seven part series. The Order: Son Daughter Wife Finances Home Tradition Country Women have so much of what we have none of Men are the romantics, this is fact. We live hard, love hard, and find overwhelming oceans of emotion when it comes to innocence, beauty, and life. I'd … Continue reading My Wife, the balance to my Masculine
This is the first part in a seven part series which will be released over the next seven days. The Order: Son Daughter Wife Finances Home Tradition Country The reasoning behind this series is that I have a difficult time putting out content consistently as I am living the hell out of my life. My … Continue reading What to do when your son gets into his first fight.
In my first post on Getting Over Your Relationship PTSD I brought up the point that how things used to be do not dictate how things will be. Many men have given the power over their inner self entirely to the women of their lives. They let their ex-relationships dictate their future relationships, trying to do … Continue reading Getting Over Your Relationship PTSD Pt. II: Give Love One More Chance
This year is the first year my son has played "real" baseball. I put real in quotes because he played last year, but it was coach pitch, not player. It has been something. We've both grown significantly from this and I'd like to share a few of those insights as well as humble-brag a little … Continue reading Baseball & Letting Your Son Become a Man