As a father of four, (the oldest now a teenage 13 son) I want to be my son's teacher on what it means to be a real man. My father was very distant and removed from me even though I grew up in a home…Continue
"I'd like to think I've given my oldest son the confidence to take on almost anything. This is the same kid who asked me to change his tire not a year ago and a couple of weekends ago he brought home brake-pads for his car and started…"
"I wish my father would have taught me and my brothers and sisters how to be responsible. I had to learn the hard was on my own trail and error but hell i did it. My younger brother and older sister sadly don't and choose to blame the world for…"
"I wish my father would have taught me the importance of being self-confident in front of girls and to not always be the nice guy who tries to impress girls. I had to unlearn all the nice guy stuff and develop real self-confidence from other people.…"
"My dad traveled a lot for work growing up but when he was home he did teach loads of important things. I think the real killer piece of the puzzle was that my dad had (still has) a way of teaching lessons that doesn't feel like he is…"
"My dad honestly does not know a lot about many things except for morality and Christianity, I've found. I'm thankful he taught me that much. It is certainly helpful, but my dad isn't very self-reliant and doesn't keep…"
"There'a some truth in this. I know that I don't know a lot about a lot of things. I used to think I knew just about everything.
I think one of the things he didn't know was how to relate to a son. He commented a few months ago that…"
"I have been thinking allot about that myself Joseph. I grew up with father but my parents were divorced when I was just turning 13. My father is a life long carpenter so I learned allot of that from him. My brother was ten years older than me and…"
"My father has told me his goal was to raise children that could take care of themselves. The greatest complement was when he said that he feels that he has done well in doing so. I have 2 daughters........and my hope is that I raise them to be able…"
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"My cursory two cents having just joined the group - a growing female presence in the military, both here and abroad, is perhaps clouding long-held ideas of male 'expendability'. I have to confess, in my estimation the jury's still out…"
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