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10 Things to Teach Your Son About True Manhood

Our culture has a lot to say about what it means to be a man.  It tells us a man has to be strong and handsome, win every fight, and of course, get the girl.  But is that really what it takes to be a man?  I’d like to paint a different picture of what a true man looks like. So here are several things to teach your son about manhood.  First, being a gentleman is still worth the effort.  Opening the car door and standing up when a woman joins the table are still great qualities of a man.  Second, teach him to take responsibility—responsibility for his actions and choices.  Here are the rest of the 10 Things to Teach Your Son About True Manhood.  

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