Every man has a story to tell and there is a young male's ear that needs to hear that story for strength, guidance, the lesson learned, and or the emotional support. This is us.
Anyone can tell a story, but a real life experience that is not made for television or likes, but that is relatable to the struggles of our young bright males. This can make the difference for them to open up and share some of their inner most thoughts and problems for male mentoring.
You can talk the talk, but you must walk the walk. With the absence father crisis in America, as men, we need to support one another by a commitment to action to be there physically and emotionally, as they become dependent on further interaction and a core belief in us. This is how we make it happen.
We are looking forward to seeing more men join us in the effort to help mentor our younger men. Let's help produce a better outcome through guidance, wisdom, and a shared experience that we can relate to our younger generation of young teens, and boys, to grow up and be the successful men we want them to become. Come down and lend an ear, or voice, to be among other men who share the same common goal. We need you.
Moriches-Mastic-Shirley Community Library
407 William Floyd Pkwy
Shirley, NY 11967
Saturday, DATE POSTED SOON!
1 p.m. - 4 p.m
407 William Floyd Pkwy.
Shirley, NY 119
Let us find someone your young male can relate with and confide in, and help them emotionally, physically, and or mentally to be the best successful person they were meant to be into teenage years and manhood.
Let's give praise where it's deserved for hard work. Award dinners, community events, fundraisers, and much more to build self-esteem, show recognition, and teach organization works with teamwork.
It's nothing like getting away to see life from a different view. Sometimes a short break is all it takes. It's great to go on an all positive male role model trip and experience the different side of bonding with people outside your circle.
How about a family intervention? Father's coming together for the day and sharing different hobbies or outdoor family activities. What can a son experience, or his dad perhaps, that both can do more of together for a better relationship?
Drug Abuse National Helpline 1-800-662-4357
Family Violence Prevention Center 1-800-313-1310
National Runaway Safeline 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929)
Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE
There's nothing like an early morning workout, a group run, and or finding the right spiritual group to join for the weekend. We'll love for you to be a part of what makes us great - UNITY within the COMMUNITY.
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