Manhood

Manhood

How to Be A Better Man-- or Just Live With One

Book - 2014
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The former NFL player, model, and television actor examines his disadvantaged childhood and long-time marriage to share advice on how to be a responsible family man while maintaining one's masculinity and sense of humor.
Publisher: New York : Zinc Ink/Ballantine Books ©2014
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780804178051
0804178054
Branch Call Number: Health & Wellness 305.31 Cre

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Vreeah_Nuw Aug 06, 2014

"Many men have lost their wives and families because they weren't willing to really look at themselves and take responsibility for their beliefs and their actions."

This one sentence in section III, really resonated with me. I see this constantly, a despondent cycle which continues to bury the man in a state of regrets. This is indeed a page turner.

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Vreeah_Nuw Aug 06, 2014

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Vreeah_Nuw Aug 06, 2014

Sexual Content: Mentions the word "pornography"/ "porn"/ "acting out" or "act out" throughout the book. Often ties the terms or acts to feeling shamed and often blames them for bad things occurring with his family. There is one descriptive scene between two consenting adults. Mentions the term "hand-job" one time.

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