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Vulnerability Requires Letting God See Through Your Armor

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The hard stoic man

We see the trope often in television and movies of the strong, hard, stoic man, the model of masculinity and the model of unspoken and quiet toughness is the standard to look up to. Reinforced by cultural norms and our peers, in some way, the “strong silent type” is part of what every person has, in some way, embodied.




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