Most men end up being fathers – and it’s, of course, one of the most important jobs they’ll ever take on. We also see today how toxic masculinity is causing real pain and damage across societies, including damage to the male perpetrators themselves.
The answer, of course, is to reshape our ideas about masculinity, and what better arena than love, marriage, and parenthood for that?
Glad to Be Dad is male-friendly and speaks in male terms. But it also models the New Male, through stories, humor, and other means. A young man will especially profit from seeing how a man can be a truer, more giving person, creating happiness for himself even as he creates it for those around him.
And of course, this will be good for women, as the #MeToo movement is reminding us.
The book made #5 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Fatherhood list, was featured on the Parents Magazine site, quoted on Disney’s BabyZone site, won the Ben Franklin Digital Award, and has gotten excellent reviews.
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Contributor: Tim J. Myers