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Many of us feel the pressure of raising kind, respectful, God-fearing boys. But exactly how to raise a gentleman in an upside-down, anything-goes culture can seem daunting. Many parents today are feeling overwelmed trying to raise their boys to be men, but there is a way to get this important task accomplished. You need to read this post because it will be a huge help and blessing. #boys #parenting #kids #children #family