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The Advice My Dad Should have Shared when I was Younger

I grew up in a world where the only acceptable male emotions were anger, aggression, dominance, and narcissistic pride. Anything else was weakness and made you “gay.” The post The Advice My Dad Should have Shared when I was Younger appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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