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Every man is born with just one thing: his sovereignty - his power to respond to his environment and his circumstances. Unfortunately, most men have spent much of their lives giving away that sovereignty. Every time a man passes blame or shirks his responsibility, every time he makes excuses for his performance, and every time he trades his unlimited potential for a little Every man is born with just one thing: his sovereignty - his power to respond to his environment and his circumstances. Unfortunately, most men have spent much of their lives giving away that sovereignty. Every time a man passes blame or shirks his responsibility, every time he makes excuses for his performance, and every time he trades his unlimited potential for a little perceived safety and security, he willingly submits himself to the mercy of others. Is it any wonder that men, in general, seem to have lost their way? You don’t have to look very far to recognize that men don’t seem to possess the same amount of vigor and purpose they once did. Take one sobering statistic—the rate of suicide in men—and you begin to see how damaging the effects of the voluntary subjugation of men to their families, their businesses, and their governments can be. It’s not hard to understand why we give up control to others—it’s easy and we’re expected to. Sovereignty: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Men is a call for men to once again rise up and establish themselves as they once were—a revolution if you will. Inside the pages of this book, we’ll uncover the battle each man will inevitably engage in, the external forces fighting against the call to masculinity, and the internal struggle all men must overcome. But make no mistake, this revolution is not a call for men to go their own way and rally against society. It’s a call for men to become fully the men they are meant to be so they may more adequately take care of themselves and those they are responsible for. Men have always been expected to protect, provide, and preside over themselves, their families, their businesses, and their communities. By embodying the thirteen Sovereign Virtues we detail inside, every man will be more capable of fulfilling his masculine duties and responsibilities. The words in this book go well beyond principle and theory, however, as we build the framework for establishing a battle plan to combat the external and internal threats to our masculine power and give every man the tools, resources, guidance, direction, and ability to reclaim what has always been his: his sovereignty.


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Every man is born with just one thing: his sovereignty - his power to respond to his environment and his circumstances. Unfortunately, most men have spent much of their lives giving away that sovereignty. Every time a man passes blame or shirks his responsibility, every time he makes excuses for his performance, and every time he trades his unlimited potential for a little Every man is born with just one thing: his sovereignty - his power to respond to his environment and his circumstances. Unfortunately, most men have spent much of their lives giving away that sovereignty. Every time a man passes blame or shirks his responsibility, every time he makes excuses for his performance, and every time he trades his unlimited potential for a little perceived safety and security, he willingly submits himself to the mercy of others. Is it any wonder that men, in general, seem to have lost their way? You don’t have to look very far to recognize that men don’t seem to possess the same amount of vigor and purpose they once did. Take one sobering statistic—the rate of suicide in men—and you begin to see how damaging the effects of the voluntary subjugation of men to their families, their businesses, and their governments can be. It’s not hard to understand why we give up control to others—it’s easy and we’re expected to. Sovereignty: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Men is a call for men to once again rise up and establish themselves as they once were—a revolution if you will. Inside the pages of this book, we’ll uncover the battle each man will inevitably engage in, the external forces fighting against the call to masculinity, and the internal struggle all men must overcome. But make no mistake, this revolution is not a call for men to go their own way and rally against society. It’s a call for men to become fully the men they are meant to be so they may more adequately take care of themselves and those they are responsible for. Men have always been expected to protect, provide, and preside over themselves, their families, their businesses, and their communities. By embodying the thirteen Sovereign Virtues we detail inside, every man will be more capable of fulfilling his masculine duties and responsibilities. The words in this book go well beyond principle and theory, however, as we build the framework for establishing a battle plan to combat the external and internal threats to our masculine power and give every man the tools, resources, guidance, direction, and ability to reclaim what has always been his: his sovereignty.

30 review for Sovereignty: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Men

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Heiner

    The personal development space is full of gender-neutral content, but recently, we've seen Jocko Willink's Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual, Jordan Peterson's 12 Rules for Life, and Ryan Michler's Sovereignty hit the market, with a decidedly male tilt to their messages. The author of the book admits he is not a "writer" in the traditional sense, and his language is colloquial and sounds very much like how he speaks on his podcast. But, while his prose may not be world-class, the message ce The personal development space is full of gender-neutral content, but recently, we've seen Jocko Willink's Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual, Jordan Peterson's 12 Rules for Life, and Ryan Michler's Sovereignty hit the market, with a decidedly male tilt to their messages. The author of the book admits he is not a "writer" in the traditional sense, and his language is colloquial and sounds very much like how he speaks on his podcast. But, while his prose may not be world-class, the message certainly is. Our society, particularly in the West, is diseased, and that's obvious to those paying attention and being honest with themselves. Interestingly, this book comes on the heels of Ryan already creating a movement. It's a retroactive charter for what he is trying to achieve - better society, through building better men, by encouraging virtue, and providing a system of accountability and support so that "just do it" isn't a bland platitude. The book is divided into 4 parts and is a quick and compelling read. Do yourself or any man in your life who you think needs a friendly kick to do more with his life to pick this up. On p. 48 he speaks about the "provide" portion of "protect, provide, preside" and while he does make allowance for the stay-at-home dad phenomenon, this is perhaps the only part of the book with which I take issue, as it doesn't recognize the *very* politically incorrect notion that it is in the nature of men to provide and the nature of women to nurture. Whatever strides a man may make in other areas of his life, if he's subject to a wife's income, all that work is being silently (or not so silently) being undermined. Yes, men provide other ways than financially, but if he does not provide financially, not only he, but his entire household is vitiated, and whether that is felt in the short term is irrelevant as in the long term the consequences will be dreadful. No great leader in any age, or even our age, in which we pretend that there are 72 genders and no differences between the sexes, has ever been a stay at home dad. This is not because stay at home dads are not doing hard, necessary work, but because they are acting against their nature, and that has consequences. Worse, their complicity in marrying women who insist on such an arrangement undermines that woman's chance to embrace her true nature as well, which is not in the rough and tumble of the workplace, but that of the home.

  2. 5 out of 5

    John

    Solid book and a reminder and kick in the butt incentive for men to take ownership of their mistakes and lead at work and at home.

  3. 4 out of 5

    David Rachford

    Sovereignty will upgrade your Internal Operating System (OS) to one that's effective, and empowered. The book is well laid out and each chapter gives you the MINDSET and SKILLSET needed to apply the principles to your life. Sovereignty is about reclaiming your power as a man. While the book is laid out in 4 parts, I see the book as Framework & foundation principles, then an actual plan you can put to work in your life called the "Battle Plan" a 12 week guide to implement specific tactics into you Sovereignty will upgrade your Internal Operating System (OS) to one that's effective, and empowered. The book is well laid out and each chapter gives you the MINDSET and SKILLSET needed to apply the principles to your life. Sovereignty is about reclaiming your power as a man. While the book is laid out in 4 parts, I see the book as Framework & foundation principles, then an actual plan you can put to work in your life called the "Battle Plan" a 12 week guide to implement specific tactics into your life and realize the visions you want for yourself. I've been a long-time listener to Ryan Michler's Order of Man podcast, and am familiar with the tools (and have used them with great success in my life over the past year... I've release 30 pounds of body-fat and gotten in good shape, and made good progress in my relationships and business. I recommend the book!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jason Lilly

    For a few years now, I have followed Ryan Michler through his excellent group and podcast, The Order of Man. Ryan is authentic and honest, and it shows through his talks and through the organization he has built with a lot of blood, sweat and tears. And now he's written a book, and it is excellent. Filled with much of the advice and inspiration for men that has made his podcast and men's group so appealing, Ryan digs even deeper in this book and puts forth a call for men to take back their sovere For a few years now, I have followed Ryan Michler through his excellent group and podcast, The Order of Man. Ryan is authentic and honest, and it shows through his talks and through the organization he has built with a lot of blood, sweat and tears. And now he's written a book, and it is excellent. Filled with much of the advice and inspiration for men that has made his podcast and men's group so appealing, Ryan digs even deeper in this book and puts forth a call for men to take back their sovereignty, the power they have to lead themselves, their family, and their business. Ryan does not just fill the book with motivational quotes, fluffy nuggets of wisdom, or generic "manly" maxims like, "Suck it up, and be a man." He offers practical advice for men who want to reclaim their gifts and blessings that make them unique as men. This is definitely a book every man should read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Rodriquez

    Every man should read this book! Ryan Michler has filled the void that is being created by society and its declination of manhood and masculinity. With a focus on a clear mission to protect, provide, and preside, he outlines practical ways in which we can accomplish what we were meant to do as men. There are some men out there who are searching for something to validate the inherent feelings they are having in regards to what it takes to be a man and gives the permission that some men may be look Every man should read this book! Ryan Michler has filled the void that is being created by society and its declination of manhood and masculinity. With a focus on a clear mission to protect, provide, and preside, he outlines practical ways in which we can accomplish what we were meant to do as men. There are some men out there who are searching for something to validate the inherent feelings they are having in regards to what it takes to be a man and gives the permission that some men may be looking for. The principles discussed in this book aren't new concepts when it comes to what it takes to be a man. However, Ryan Michler provides a concentrated resource and clear path to manhood through looking at yourself, your beliefs and how you can and should reclaim your God-given sovereignty. It will stoke the flames that burn within each of us as men. For some it will reignite that fire in us whose flame has all but burned out. Be proud of that fire inside! It is what has brought us to accomplish great things as men! This book will change your life!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    This book was sold as one written specifically for men. I bought it because I wanted to see how it addressed the assault on men and masculinity currently underway in our culture and society. Unfortunately, there was only a very brief mention of that. The first couple of chapters were decent and encouraging, as the topic of soverignty is lightly addressed and I got the sense that Mr. Michler was going in the right direction. But after those chapters, the book descends into any standard self-help This book was sold as one written specifically for men. I bought it because I wanted to see how it addressed the assault on men and masculinity currently underway in our culture and society. Unfortunately, there was only a very brief mention of that. The first couple of chapters were decent and encouraging, as the topic of soverignty is lightly addressed and I got the sense that Mr. Michler was going in the right direction. But after those chapters, the book descends into any standard self-help yawner. And unfortunately, it does not have anything to do specifically with men or the idea of winning the hearts and/or minds of them. I knew nothing of the author before reading this book, but I am happy that he has become successful with his products. This book, however, was almost entirely a waste of time to read. It gets two stars because Mr. Michler is certainly sincere and obviously put a lot of time and thought into the book, and typos and poor grammar were very rare.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Christensen

    Real. No B.S. No punches held. Ryan speaks the truth. The candor with which he shares his own story causes you to reflect honestly on your own. This book will show you where you are weak. But it will also give you the tools to become strong. It will ignite a fire in your bones to live the life you were born to live and become the sovereign of your own destiny.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jon Vroman

    Outstanding!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Got this due to a friend's recommendation, but found it to be a fairly generic self-help book. Got this due to a friend's recommendation, but found it to be a fairly generic self-help book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jay Watson

    Actionable advice for creating a more meaningful life, finding greater happiness, and achieving sovereignty.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kico Meirelles

    The book per se does not bring many new information if you’re a reader of stoic books, for instance, and development articles. However, it provides a good plan and call to action. The author has a simple approach and shows genuine concern with the topic.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Tired old view of men and women. Seeking to take us backwards when we really need a new way forward. 2 stars

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sam Allen

    I first encountered Ryan’s work on Instagram, which led me to Ryan's podcast, which led me to Ryan's first book. Having just finished Sovereignty, I now find myself engaging a more intentional and active lifestyle, that of evolving into a superior, sovereign version of myself. In an era where almost universally masculinity reflexively gets bemoaned as inherently toxic, Ryan refreshingly encourages men to be men. In doing so, Ryan fills his niche in an ever-crowding self-help space very genuinely. I first encountered Ryan’s work on Instagram, which led me to Ryan's podcast, which led me to Ryan's first book. Having just finished Sovereignty, I now find myself engaging a more intentional and active lifestyle, that of evolving into a superior, sovereign version of myself. In an era where almost universally masculinity reflexively gets bemoaned as inherently toxic, Ryan refreshingly encourages men to be men. In doing so, Ryan fills his niche in an ever-crowding self-help space very genuinely. Ryan comes across not as a learned scholar (a la Jordan Peterson in 12 Rules for Life) or some hollow ideologue/influencer (we all know them for their trademark loquaciousness without any citations or credibility) but as that slightly more motivated peer we all know, which makes Ryan all the more relatable and his challenges seem attainable. Ryan is "the man in the arena" (as Teddy Roosevelt would say), authoring his own life on his own terms, all while trying to uplift those around him. That said, I didn’t give the book five stars because there are some minor inconsistencies, such as Ryan saying he writes 1,000 words a day in Chapter 22, whereas Ryan stated he wrote 2,000 words a day only chapters beforehand. I get the sense that this was simple human oversight as Ryan struggled to maintain his personal life and growing empire, all while authoring a book and trusting his publisher to catch the details (something that Ryan admits he isn’t a huge fan of tracking). However, in an organic way, the rare flashes of messiness almost add to the book’s charm, implicitly reminding the observant reader that aspiring to mastery is a constant battle even for the would-be sensei. Becoming sovereign is messy work, as Ryan says. Also, said flashes represent Ryan just getting started as an author and, to be clear, Sovereignty is a tremendous debut, especially as an audio book (although I hope I can find some visual aids online regarding action items from the later chapters). Without hesitation, I'd certainly sign on for another book and I’ve already gifted a copy of the book to a friend. I also caught myself today coaching a coworker in regards to the virtues of mastery and ownership, ceasing to think thoughts that do not serve you, what feelings like anxiety actually represent (mere indicators from the body to the mind), and so forth. Clearly, this mentality is contagious and productive. In keeping with that sentiment, I encourage you to digest Sovereignty, which happens to be a quick read, then dive into the most important aspects of what this book discusses as soon as possible: being a man of action.

  14. 4 out of 5

    James Troxell

    This book just ekes out a 4 from me. For those familiar with the podcast I’m not sure if it’s really worth reading the book. Honestly, if you listen to a couple episodes you don’t really don’t need to read the book. You get all the same information. Though I wouldn’t listen to current podcast episodes as they’ve gotten overtly political and very echo-chambery. I think the best audience for this is someone you know who is struggling and would be receptive to the advice in here. For the most part thi This book just ekes out a 4 from me. For those familiar with the podcast I’m not sure if it’s really worth reading the book. Honestly, if you listen to a couple episodes you don’t really don’t need to read the book. You get all the same information. Though I wouldn’t listen to current podcast episodes as they’ve gotten overtly political and very echo-chambery. I think the best audience for this is someone you know who is struggling and would be receptive to the advice in here. For the most part this book is solid. My major complaint being that it needed a bit more editing. A few grammatical errors and typos sneaked through. Part 3 “the code of conduct” is very ramble and really needed to be simplified. He talks about not having too many tactics but then his code of conduct is way too much. I think this could have been trimmed down and gotten the same point across. It fell like a choir at parts. The battle plan is good, I’d just not take it so far as to stress yourself out too much. Metrics have been proven not to be all that effective and you don’t wanna project manager your life into being miserable, but it’s still a good template. It’s an easy and effective read. Again, I’d recommend it to fans of the show’s friend or brother or w/e who is unfamiliar with OXM and would be receptive and probably needs the kick in the pants. Also this is just personal taste..I find the whole quote at the beginning of the chapter thing super cringy, but that’s probably just me.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Josh Carpenter

    I am a weekly listener to The Order of Man podcast and have been since the beginning. I enjoy Ryan’s interviews and insight on many things that we face as men. I felt like the beginning of this book was great and was excited to read about Ryan’s thoughts on being a sovereign man. He begins by defining what that means, and briefly stays on the topic. The book quickly turns into a typical self-help book in parts 2 and 3 with lots of repetition to meet the 200 page benchmark. The book does come bac I am a weekly listener to The Order of Man podcast and have been since the beginning. I enjoy Ryan’s interviews and insight on many things that we face as men. I felt like the beginning of this book was great and was excited to read about Ryan’s thoughts on being a sovereign man. He begins by defining what that means, and briefly stays on the topic. The book quickly turns into a typical self-help book in parts 2 and 3 with lots of repetition to meet the 200 page benchmark. The book does come back together in part 4 with The Battle Plan. I do feel like this is a worthwhile activity to make sure that you aren’t living a wasted life as a man, and you are “walking your talk.” I heard about The Battle Plan on the podcast and intend to incorporate it into my journey to become a more well-rounded and sovereign man. I am happy that I bought the book and will definitely reference it multiple to create my Battle Plan. Is it a book worth reading? Absolutely Does it provide groundbreaking information? Not really Does it give you a plan to fulfill the stated purpose of the book? Absolutely Is Ryan Michler a guy worth supporting by buying this book and other OoM merchandise? Most definitely, and I am completely satisfied and happy that I did with the purchase of this book!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Kanakis

    As a whole, I was a little disappointed by the writing style in the book, but I thought that Ryan’s message was absolutely SPOT ON! My biggest take away and joy from reading it was sharing the book and it’s lessons in a weekly basis with Mark, my brother, as we seek to define who we are as men, who we see our selves as, and how we can build our lives to become those versions of ourselves. How we show up and protect, provide and provide for those who need us the most. This book and our reading of As a whole, I was a little disappointed by the writing style in the book, but I thought that Ryan’s message was absolutely SPOT ON! My biggest take away and joy from reading it was sharing the book and it’s lessons in a weekly basis with Mark, my brother, as we seek to define who we are as men, who we see our selves as, and how we can build our lives to become those versions of ourselves. How we show up and protect, provide and provide for those who need us the most. This book and our reading of it, our sharing it’s wisdoms, points, counterpoints and shortcomings brought us together in a way I can only begin to describe as powerful.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Laycock

    I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Ryan for a while now and I’ve been looking forward to this book. Having read it, it has surpassed my expectations. I KNOW that I am a better man because of Ryan and his movement; I see it in every aspect of my life (and so has my family). No matter who you are, where you are in life or your views on masculinity, this book is worthy of your time. It is ideal for you, your husband, your sons and brothers (and your wife, daughter and sisters too). Take the time to c I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Ryan for a while now and I’ve been looking forward to this book. Having read it, it has surpassed my expectations. I KNOW that I am a better man because of Ryan and his movement; I see it in every aspect of my life (and so has my family). No matter who you are, where you are in life or your views on masculinity, this book is worthy of your time. It is ideal for you, your husband, your sons and brothers (and your wife, daughter and sisters too). Take the time to change your life.

  18. 4 out of 5

    B.

    If you are interested in how to be a good man or ,as the author quotes Jack Donovan, “how to be good at being a man”, then this is for you! No nonsense approach to self leadership...this book is as much about doing as it is about reading-if you want to do something in this life-stop dreaming and just try...you will probably suck at first but who cares. If you are interested in positive masculine ideals mixed with a healthy dose of stoic philosophy, check out this short book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    I am a fan of Ryan's Podcast "The Order of Man", so I certainly was looking forward to reading this book. While his podcast and book are tailored toward men, I believe women can benefit from it as well. I agree with Ryan's views on the Sovereign Man as a provider, protector and presider - over his own life, his family and his community. I like his honest style. (I found myself fist pumping several times). I particularly liked the Battle Plan towards the end of the book. I am a fan of Ryan's Podcast "The Order of Man", so I certainly was looking forward to reading this book. While his podcast and book are tailored toward men, I believe women can benefit from it as well. I agree with Ryan's views on the Sovereign Man as a provider, protector and presider - over his own life, his family and his community. I like his honest style. (I found myself fist pumping several times). I particularly liked the Battle Plan towards the end of the book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    John Collins

    Along the lines of Think and Grow Rich, but with the focus on being a “Sovereign Man” than on the “grow rich” idea - unless Sovereign man matches your idea of rich. Both books have similar ground work and exercises to be used in order to meet your “goals” and to break out of the “normal” work-eat-sleep-repeat routine. Not necessarily a unique read, but it does do a great job for laying out a set of tools and exercises to use in order to improve your life and to reach your goals.

  21. 5 out of 5

    carlos

    Sovereign Men I can’t express enough on how much this book was meant for me. I fell from a bad relationship recently, and that was my wake up call to be become a man, a true warrior. I thought everything would of been great with the new relationship till it dramatically went down hill. I realized that I wasn’t mentally strong yet, wasn’t decisive, didn’t have that warrior mindset, now I know this will definitely be my battle plan. I recommend this book to all men out there!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mohamad Kalaaji

    Absolutely amazing, a must read for any man who wishes to take control over his life and would highly recommend it to anyone who is starting out in life or needs to regain back his objective in life. Ryan talks about his life experience including family moments, military moments when he got sent to Iraq, and starting his own financial business later on. The book combines the building blocks and tactics for any man to regain his life and become the man he always wishes to become.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Olson

    I'm a follower of Ryan's on social media. I really appreciate the work he does and what he brings to the table. This book did initiate change in me, but it took me a considerable amount of time to read because, to be frank, it's dull at times. To be fair, Ryan acknowledges he has a long way to go as a writer. The book is valuable, and I don't mean to distract from that. It's just a tough read at times. I'm a follower of Ryan's on social media. I really appreciate the work he does and what he brings to the table. This book did initiate change in me, but it took me a considerable amount of time to read because, to be frank, it's dull at times. To be fair, Ryan acknowledges he has a long way to go as a writer. The book is valuable, and I don't mean to distract from that. It's just a tough read at times.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dan Korth

    Hands down the best book I've ever read on true manhood. The author does a great job articulating things I've wrestled with personally but have always struggled to put my finger on. He doesn't mince words in calling out men for the consequences to ourselves, our families and society if we fail to become fulfill it roles to protect, provide and preside. I really liked the principles he lays out and the actionable plan to continue growing and becoming more the man I'm capable of being. Hands down the best book I've ever read on true manhood. The author does a great job articulating things I've wrestled with personally but have always struggled to put my finger on. He doesn't mince words in calling out men for the consequences to ourselves, our families and society if we fail to become fulfill it roles to protect, provide and preside. I really liked the principles he lays out and the actionable plan to continue growing and becoming more the man I'm capable of being.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Glasgow

    Need a kick in the ass? Just finished reading this book and I am motivated to make some changes in my life and to be a better man. Ryan Michler presents valuable tools here accomplish that. I'd recommend any guy that wants to be a better man to read this book. I'd also recommend the Order of Man podcast. Life-changing! Need a kick in the ass? Just finished reading this book and I am motivated to make some changes in my life and to be a better man. Ryan Michler presents valuable tools here accomplish that. I'd recommend any guy that wants to be a better man to read this book. I'd also recommend the Order of Man podcast. Life-changing!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Locker McDonald

    I highly recommend this book to any man who is looking to improve his life. Inside this book are hard facts about what it means to be a man. It is broken down into sections that explains the what the The why, an the how of becoming what Ryan calls a sovereign man. I have now written up my 12 week battle plan, and I’m very excited to implement it. I hope that many others will do the same!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Erick Araiza

    Fantastic book! I’m never been much of a self help book reader but I have listened to Ryan Michler’s podcast Order of Man and his message and this book about restoring masculinity and becoming a sovereign man really spoke to me, so I highly recommend that you give this book a read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Allen

    Ryan has written an essential guide for every man in the modern era. Even if you do not agree with every word, sentence, paragraph or chapter, there is a lot of value here for any man. All Ryan wants for the world is to leave it better than he found it. I will insist that my son understands the material in this over grades in school every day. It is much more important.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Santa Ana

    This book and the order of man podcast really evolved my perspective on how to properly be a man. My father only taught me so much, some life lessons I had to go out and learn on my own. This book really gave me a reason to give my lifestyle and mindset a second look, to realize I was selling myself short from reaching my full potential as a man. Thank you Mr. Ryan Michler.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Miguel

    Very great read for men. This is not to get confused by people who think it is toxic masculinity. This gives out good advice that all men need to think about to become a better father or male overall. Definitely will re-read the book. Why did I give it a 4 star? I feel like some topics could have been expanded a little more and not just some small explanation.

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