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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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The Pride

Gentlemen, once you’ve  recognized the need to destroy The Void in your heart and eradicate the The Shame from your mind by reaching out to your brethren you can then experience something which has eluded your grasp for far too long, a sense of pride. Masculinity has been under attack for so long that most men now default […]

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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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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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The Walking Dad

I’ve never watched the Walking Dead but what I have seen is enough commercials and people who love to talk about it so I have an idea as to what the show is about. Keeping that in mind, when I think of The Walking Dead and try to relate it to the world we live […]

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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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