Yes, yes, yes, it’s that time of year again, it’s Valentine’s Day. Who exactly is this day geared towards? Please not the politically correct answer, could we give the one we instinctively and intuitively know to be true. Okay, for those of us who might need a hint think of the items that are most associated with Valentine’s Day. Now, while we would not want to step on the ladies parade of flowers and roses, might we ask an ever pressing question? When exactly do we give our men some good affectionate attention devoid and divorced from sex? Seriously! It is quite ironic though how many women often complain about the one-track focus of men. Where or how might such a focus be learnt? Let’s explore, shall we?

Why? Hug A Man!

1)   Having a male child

About a few weeks ago during a group discussion a young mother noted that coming from a predominantly female family how she had to learn how to interact and interface with her young son. This mother’s awareness is commendable; however how many of our mothers in our regional female-headed households hold this consciousness?

Some young men in fact too many of our young men might be able to tell the stories of walking in the shadow of an absentee father and getting as little affection even as a young child as their mother’s estranged spouse.

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