"Daddy Don’t Go" captures two years in the lives of four disadvantaged fathers in New York City as they fight to defy the odds against them.
I began to doubt myself, my abilities, and sadly, my worth. Regular life stressors began to be triggers for mornings where I would wake up not wanting to face the day.
Instead of taking after the David Sevilles surging fear through my child's bones with a booming voice, I want to be a dirty dad. I hope to stoop down in my child’s dirt, grappling with his issues in the thick of things and encouraging him from where he's at. I don’t want to call him from the room upstairs to walk the green mile in fear.
Don’t suppress your natural creativity, but work out the muscle, cope with your inner demons, and let yourself be proud of your accomplishment.
It is the realization that my reality was false that finally led me to seek a counselor and eventually a doctor. The resources they provide help to see ourselves and the world around us more clearly; they help us see reality better.
The Art Of Manliness self-proclaims that it is “a blog dedicated to uncovering the lost art of being a man.” It seems many men don’t know where to turn these days with expectations from every direction ringing in our ears.
The humility to be fully self-aware is key for growth. It's an ongoing struggle, and it's not easy to believe you could be wrong about a social or emotional scenario. But when in a maxed chemical state, you usually are.