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In western society men are seen as the HOH or at least the equal and belittled as wimpy when they can't or don`t want to lead. While society also praises servant attitude. We have a double standard. Men who want to serve their wife and family should be praised and celebrated. How do we get out of this rut?
Author: 2011-03-02 12:00:52 [reply]
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There is a good article on reprogramming the self image of men when their women participate fully. CLICK HERE. It goes through the basic steps of behavior modification and community reinforcement.
Author: 2011-03-03 11:48:34 [reply]
The programming has had wires crossed for years. As men we should lead in serving and humility. How can we make our wives radiant if we are focused on ourselves. We have to look to the needs of others (our wives)and put their needs above our own. It is change in thinking or a different way of looking at our roles but I am not sure that it has not always supposed to have been this way.
Author: 2011-03-31 12:01:42 [reply]