Manhood and Fatherhood

What do you do when you realize that you are sometimes your own worst enemy? For me, it’s about making peace with myself, and working on being my own friend; maybe even being my own best friend.

As my own friend, I’ve taken myself out to Starbucks. I’m talking to myself in positive ways, and writing this article. I think about the great painting I’m currently working on; how my skills continue to grow with each new piece.

Today is Father’s Day, and I have several men in my life that are either my father, like a father, or could have been. I’m usually contemplating how to be a better man, and now – more so than before – I’m also pondering fatherhood.



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