if you know that you yourself have had a mentor, or life has blessed you with some wisdom, health, and perspective- the challenge is for you to pass it on to someone who needs it! Maybe you could ask yourself ‘Who can I help on the treacherous road to manhood?’ or ‘Who can I touch by allowing them access to my life?’
Dr Ryan Harvey is an experienced general practitioner, who is highly experienced with pediatric care. Dr Harvey has provided medical care to children and families in remote overseas communities. He is currently the Deputy Clinical Director at House Call Doctor, Queensland’s largest after-hours GP service.
Relationships between a man and a woman used to be more simple. There were hunters and there were gatherers, or the birds and the bees. Today, it’s probably more like the birds and the bees, lions, pandas and silverback gorillas.
“You’re not doing it right”, the perennial catch-cry of domineering fathers to their inexperienced sons. The implication of this throw-away line is that dad’s always right- but hang on, what if there was another way to do it?
Through the eighties, nineties, and into the noughties, more and more un-manly things became mainstream.The macho world was changing at a great speed and there was no way for the "real man" to get off the ride