As children, we (eventually) learn all of things we need to live as successful children, while relying heavily on our parents or other caregiver(s).
As men, we (eventually) learn all of things we need to live as successful men, while continuing to rely on our support system, whether that be parents, siblings, friends or significant others.We typically do not like to rely on other men, be it for directions, support, or especially emotional needs.
As fathers, there is no reason to believe it is any different than the above. In fact, we must make many mistakes in order to learn how to relate to our sons and daughters in such a way that they can be more successful in life.
These lessons come from many years of trial and error, and are passed down man to man from caring fathers, uncles, brothers and men of honor who are dedicated to teaching other men, so families can thrive, and the world can heal.
All of these lessons require examples, role models, and many times discussion and support, in an environment that is safe. If you enjoy the lessons, please refer other men to this site, and consider registering, and attending one of our workshops.