Tough Talk 2: The Charge of Fatherhood

On today’s Episode Isaac and I discuss a Fatherhood, the avoidance of fatherhood, a thing called Peter-Pan syndrome. We even touch on men failing to participate in the abortion discussion and share the benefits we have learned from living a life filled with the purpose of setting an example for others. It is a discussion of fatherhood that touches on masculinity. One we hope you will share with other fathers, potential fathers, and men in general. Finally, we invite you to participate in the discussion by reaching out and letting us know what you think. If you haven’t gotten the point after this episode, we need to start talking more about leaving a legacy.

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Links From Today’s Show

Peter-pan syndrome (it’s a thing)

Tough Talk: The Snow Shoveling Shooting

No Man’s Land
You Are Not So Smart
The Art of Impossible
Dunning Kruger Effect
Thinking Fast and Slow
Tribe
101 Famous Poems
Last Week’s Episode
Books to read in 2021
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