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richard lynam replied to Garrett White's discussion Sudden Loss of My Dad in the group Remembering Dad
"i offer my sympathy to you . thank you for replying to my post. i would like to offer you somegreat words of wisdom but i have none. it is hard for the son who is expected tohandle everything., however i offer your good wishes as for every obsticale…"
Apr 9, 2013
richard lynam replied to richard lynam's discussion my dad in the group Remembering Dad
"thank you for your reassurance, i just had a bad day yesterday, today i am ready to take on the world."
Mar 25, 2013
Garrett White replied to richard lynam's discussion my dad in the group Remembering Dad
"great first post. There will definitely be some change in families. I know after my dad passed, my mother pretty much ended her relationship with his family. It puts you in an awkward scenario for sure, but you have to do best for you. Your mom and…"
Mar 25, 2013
Jay replied to richard lynam's discussion my dad in the group Remembering Dad
"Thank you for sharing yourself in such a brave and authentic way.  Jay"
Mar 25, 2013
richard lynam added a discussion to the group Remembering Dad
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my dad

hello this is my first post to this website.I found this website a while ago  but for one reason or another i did not post. the time i spent watching has helped me through some dark times. the nineth of january 2013 is the day that the world stopped for me - my dad died. It is the worst thing i have endured and still am. We are lucky that my dad was involved in the local church so as part of his legacy we have a network of people we can call on. however when i do i feel guilt because even…See More
Mar 24, 2013
richard lynam joined Brian Burnham's group
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Remembering Dad

This is a group for men who have lost their fathers. It is a place to mourn, celebrate, and remember our fathers and a place for men to share experiences and draw strength from one another.See More
Mar 24, 2013
richard lynam is now a member of Art of Manliness
Feb 17, 2013

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Brown Fox replied to David Johns's discussion Male insecurity?
"Again, misinterpreted. That's the problem with this medium. I wasn't telling you to grow the fuck up. I meant there comes a time when you have to say that to adolescents."
26 minutes ago
David Johns replied to David Johns's discussion Male insecurity?
"Damn!!  You're right, John Lee!  Since I'm almost 65 I will use my older memory as an excuse.  Up on chest - no.  Down on hip - yes.  (Of course at my age now, I could care less!) Thanks for the correction!"
30 minutes ago
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I Radiate Success

"The purpose of the quote here is to say be yourself without mercy, do not worry what others think or say about you as your greatness will silence them. I'm not afraid of judgement.  "
1 hour ago
John Lee Pettimore replied to David Johns's discussion Male insecurity?
"That sounds exactly backwards. Maybe I misread."
1 hour ago
Ian Brett Cooper replied to David Johns's discussion Male insecurity?
"Wow! Two responses in a row that are ad hominem attacks. I must have said something previously that really hurt you. Diddums!"
1 hour ago
Ian Brett Cooper replied to Andreias's discussion Gender Identity vs Gender Expression Or How I Figured Out People Have NO Idea What Masculinity Is
"Ad hominem, straw man, sophistry. Contemptible."
1 hour ago
Nick H replied to Victor's discussion What do you think of this situation?
"1. Too little, too late on bill's part. He rejected his father all these years and to now expect money 'as his son' is disgusting. Jeff is in the right. Hopefully he is someday able to make amends with his son but I don't think…"
1 hour ago
Carl Monster replied to David Johns's discussion Male insecurity?
"Whatever floats your boat for some kind of ritual, I would have it occur upon turning 30; except in very conservative or ethnic circles, most American twenties are an extended adolescence. I see lots of men playing adults but not being them (hey, I…"
1 hour ago

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