obviously having a penis helps. but what is your definition of a "man"? what criteria needs to be met in order to be considered a "man"? does he have to be handsome and dashing, or is having a job enough? throw out some ideas here - what characteristics belong to your ideal man?
another question to ponder: is our expectation of what a "man" should be too high and lofty, too unattainable, unrealistic?
** i don't want this to turn into a male-bashing event. if your dh doesn't measure up, please state what you think he could do more/less. i don't want to hear whining about spousal issues.
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A man is someone who is loyal, hard working, responsible, caring, not necessarily one who easily shows emotion but does other things that shows he cares. If he has children, he does what he has to to take care of them. He realizes he is a grown up and not a teenager.
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