Nov 5, 2020
More often than not, we think that we are right. That’s not a bad thing however we do have blind spots that we think are not a problem when really, it’s not a problem we can see but everyone else can. I used to think there was nothing wrong with me. I was a nice guy and everybody liked me, but when I really took the time to reflect on myself and notice my flaws, I suddenly realized that I was pretty messed up. This is a topic that I think many men feel like they are just fine the way they are and if we took some real accountability, we’d find that we could definitely improve ourselves.
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