I was talking to a fellow the other day who told me the story of his “almost golf career”. Apparently he was very good. Not just very good, very very good. He played pro golf in the far east, from Japan, to Singapore to Australia. He was that good.
But when he tried to break into the PGA, or the Professional Golf Association ranks, he suddenly came up short. Not that he couldn’t play at their level, but as he freely admits, his thoughts stopped him.
You see, when he was a young boy growing up in Canada, he played hockey, and he was pretty good at it. But he was never
The trouble I’m talking about is that the majority of men believe that growth and maturity are signs of weakness. I see this again and again where the woman in a relationship reaches a point where she wants to grow, to become more than what she has been, but the man sees it as a sign of weakness. And this is not a middle age crisis I’m talking about, but a natural evolution of the human spirit.
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Once a year, and only once a year we hold a special workshop in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A select group of people meet and for 3 days, they discover deep ReadMore
So here it is: “A new poll of 7,600 men has found that half of men would dump their girlfriend if she gained weight, according to the Vancouver Sun.”