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Breaking the dysfunction of men in Hispanic culture

In my previous post I talked about machismo and how its effects have affected not only the image, the role of men as fathers and husbands but also the effect on the family. As I mentioned in that post, my wish is that as Hispanics we can see the origin of the dysfunction and its […]

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Machismo, Men and Fathers in Hispanic Culture

Machismo, Men and Fathers in Hispanic Culture I grew up without a father. I have expressed some thoughts about this in several of my posts. Looking at my own experience, my concept of a father was at best neutral. In other words, I had no idea what a father was until I was a teen […]

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