Season: 12 Episode: 178
Shanda’s husband, Dean, is on the show this week to talk about why men rose up to boycott Bud Light, why men like Andrew Tate and David Goggins are popular among young men, and why families who try and substitute dads are missing a huge part of training for kids. They discuss why men and women compliment each other in parenting roles, and answer the question: do women “tame” men? They also discuss what it’s like raising boys in a culture that says everything manly is toxic, and why they don’t teach their boys to be masculine but how to be men of God.
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Why do you think Bud Light had to walk back their advertisement and support with Dylan Mulvaney? What does that say about men?
With the rise of fatherlessness in the home and single motherhood on the rise, do you think society feels men can be easily replaced or aren’t needed? Why isn’t this true?
What do dad’s bring to parenting that mom’s can’t?
How do women tame men?
We have teenage boys now. Why are dad’s such a pivotal part of his stage of life and why is it necessary that they’re involved?