I don't exactly think karate lessons at 21 is going to make him manly, lol.
Nor do I think working at McDonald's will do the job either.
How is he supposed to become a man?
Is he supposed to do military service in order to attain it?
Or is he supposed to spend his years being as rich as possible?
Can you clue me in on the steps he'd need to take?What kind of things can a Man do to learn how to be a Protector %26amp; Provider if he didn't learn those as a youth?
If this guy is right there all in trouble.
http://www.newswithviews.com/Turtel/joel鈥?/a>What kind of things can a Man do to learn how to be a Protector %26amp; Provider if he didn't learn those as a youth?
Well, I find that military service is great for that type of thing. But, one must have the temperament for it. I would suggest USAF as a start, it's not the easiest but it ain't the Marines either.Additionally you must consider that in this day and age a man is no longer judged by how macho he is. But to be an effective man he should be a compassionate sharing person that knows how to drop someone if they cross the line.
I thought it was a natural instinct of a man to protect and provide?? I believe it comes naturally to a man and it all comes down to survival.
I guess going to the gym would help in becoming fitter, or simply running 3 or 4 times a week, sit ups and push ups etc. But to learn to protect and provide is to simply use your abilities to the best of your ability and put it to use. Find something your good at and stick with it, do what your passionate about.
In my eyes, what makes a man manly, is a man who is himself, who is a family guy and has respect for himself and others. Hope this helps