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For a while there was "sensitive new age guy." Then there was "metrosexual" and advice that men need to develop their feminine side. I looked in the commentary at the bottom of the page which quoted the Talmud, "If the man is worthy, the woman will be his helper; if he is not worthy, she will be against him." This one sentence changed the way I looked at relationships. I think it's significant that one of the first lessons in the first chapter of Genesis is about what a man should be in a relationship.
I've heard married men advise younger men that the key to a happy marriage is: "Yes, dear." I've received emails filled with jokes that ridicule men -- like what's the difference between a man and fine wine? On television, we've gone from Father Knows Best, where the father was a wise caring man who could do no wrong, to Homer Simpson, a buffoon who can do nothing right. He asked God for a wife and God created Eve to be an "ezer k'negdo" -- a helper opposing him or a helper against him (Genesis, ). My search led me to discover a lot of timeless wisdom that for generations fathers taught their sons -- wisdom that is so relevant today.
With so many confusing ideas, I started looking for wisdom on what a man should be in a relationship. Don't do things you know are wrong and then blame others.
He gave in to something he knew was wrong and then he blamed his wife. Does blaming his wife help Adam avoid responsibility?
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