The Point of Family and the Secret to Marriage - Rebuilding the Man
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The Point of Family and the Secret to Marriage

Jesse talked about family with people. Some feel disillusioned by “family” because of abuse. Others feel excited about “family” due to spoiling. One young man was cyber-bullied by former “friends,” including a young woman he trusted with secrets.

Watch 11-minute Short Cut: Cyber-Bullied After Sharing Too Much with a Woman He Trusted: 10/30/16

Also see 2-minute Excerpt: Fat-shamed, Cyber-bullied Young Man’s Parents Failed; Way Out: Forgive

Jesse traveled Friday and Saturday to the Stand4Truth Conference put on by David Pickup, a therapist who helps boys and men overcome homosexuality.

Coming back on the plane, Jesse chatted with an elderly Asian couple who’d been married 40+ years. Jesse asked their secret. The wife said that she does not know the husband, but that he knows her. Although some did not like this idea, Jesse agreed that a man should know his wife, but not tell his wife his weaknesses and problems

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