Becoming a Real Man: A Masculine Manifesto for Teenagers

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As a teenage male, are you a man or a boy? What does it even mean to be a man? You're on your way to being a man, but how do you actually become a man? Is it when your voice drops, or you start to shave? Is it when you graduate high school or become an adult? The truth is that you become a man when you behave like a man. So how do men behave? This booklet, based on Rick Kraemer's "Being a Real Man: a Masculine Manifesto," explains the responsible ways a real man acts, so you can...
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Overview

As a teenage male, are you a man or a boy? What does it even mean to be a man? You're on your way to being a man, but how do you actually become a man? Is it when your voice drops, or you start to shave? Is it when you graduate high school or become an adult? The truth is that you become a man when you behave like a man. So how do men behave? This booklet, based on Rick Kraemer's "Being a Real Man: a Masculine Manifesto," explains the responsible ways a real man acts, so you can learn how to become a real man.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480178960
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 10/29/2012
  • Pages: 30
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.06 (d)

Meet the Author

Rick and Becky Kraemer have been married since 1989, and are the parents of two young adults and one teenager, who they've raised from scratch. Rick is an information technologies architect, and Becky is a substitute teacher in middle and high school. They live in northern California, where they enjoy water sports, many forms of exercise, animated conversations while walking by the lake, facilitating their kid's social events, volunteering with community organizations, and walking Becky's dog.
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  • Posted October 17, 2011

    The Masculine Manifesto for Teenagers

    After I wrote the original Masculine Manifesto, I asked several teenage boys to join my team of reviewers. They really enjoyed the content, but noted that much of the material on employment, marriage, and family was too "old" for them. They were eager to share the booklet with their friends, but asked if I would be willing to re-write the materials for a teenage audience.

    This booklet is a response to their request; it addresses manhood from the perspective of a teenage boy, in a slightly younger language. So instead of a man's responsibility to work, I speak to a boy's need to prepare for employment. Instead of marriage, I address support of his immediate family, and eliminate the section on raising children. It is my deep desire that this booklet will help teenagers understand the true meaning of manhood, and be inspired to become real men.

    Rick Kraemer (Author)

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