"I suggest working out, working with tools, hiking, reading manly things (I like sports books and biographys), collecting something nostalgic (pocket knives for me), watching sports, being with family, helping with chores to give some relief, and…"
"In no particular order:
- Getting up early
- Cold Showers
- Touching gloves with a guy immediately before a sparring session
- Touching gloves with (and almost tearfully hugging) a guy immediately after a sparring session
- Having fixed…"
"Doing anything for my Fiancee that makes me feel like I'm providing for her. Buying her engagement ring, and furniture for our new house gives me that bread winner feeling that's really important to me. "
- Growing a beard. I've had plenty of stubbles and a couple short beards before, but I'm currently growing my first "serious" beard. I used to just let it grow on its own and shave it all off when I felt like it…"
"Hiking, shooting, fishing, hunting, camping, lifting weights and exercise in general, karate practice, starting a fire, intimacy with my wife, taking my boys out for an excursion, being protective of my daughter, working on projects for the Church,…"
I just saw the following at the top of an ad in the January 2015 issue of National Geographic:"How to Tell Time Like a Man"Our digital-analog hybrid has two sides... tough and tougher."Really? Really??DavidSee More
"Anyway, why does " humanity as a whole at one point or another, behave like animals, barking, biting, and clawing? "
That's been asked and answered before. You can start your quest for enlightenment here:
""This ruling finds that law enforcement are not responsible to know or understand the laws. If they "think" a law exists, they may act on it without repercussion."
AKA a license for unlimited search and seizure without cause."
"There are no easy solutions here. I think you just need to buckle Dow, find work while developing your other interest or passion, if fitness happens to be just that. It's challenenging, but it will workout. There are jobs out there. May not be…"