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October 20, 2021 34 min

Looking back over the past 25 years or so, we have seen significant change in both the demographics in our country and the communities in which we live. Today, we scratch the surface on what has shifted for men in America and begin to explore what is driving behavior, especially in the last couple of years. This episode is a look at how to be better, both as men, women, and the mentors of the next generation, so that we can form a better, more inclusive, supportive, and forward-facing society.

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In this episode you’ll hear:

  • The changes being seen in college enrollment by men in this country, and how less access to education is affecting critical thinking and opportunities [6:53]
  • Other ways and opportunities to get the social skills that are so desperately needed right now, and how to participate in other forms of community other than college [10:41]
  • How the fear of losing positions of power and control is causing some men to act out, and why building awareness around this an important step in creating solutions to these issues [16:26]
  • Why it’s so important for men to volunteer to be a mentor to others, and the benefits our youth will see by having this type of support in their lives [20:38]
  • Stories of men in AJ’s life who have benefited from having a strong role model [23:02]
  • Our challenge for listeners to step up by being a mentor, volunteering and fostering those relationships with the younger generation of this country [25:16]
  • Each of our commitments to each other, ourselves, and our listeners [29:54]
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