A male child becomes a boy and matures into a man.
He must learn to take care of his family just his father before him.
As he grows he will find that he must learn to be:
1. Physically fit
2. Mentally strong
3. Emotionally balanced
A man learns as he grows.
He is not afraid to admit his mistakes. He learns from them.
He is willing to help all those who need his help.
He cares about those around him: his family, his friends and his colleagues.
He is willing to impart his knowledge to others and learns from others.
He is willing to learn everything: cooking, sewing, carpentry, painting.
He explores things and the world around him.
He is willing to find what make things works by breaking open a clock to see how it works, the parts of a personal computer or a telephone or even a television.
He is willing to work hard in order to support his family or himself.
He is good at his job. He puts his whole heart into his work.
A man loves his wife his soul mate. He revels in her nakedness.
He loves the sight of her breast, the contour of her body and her sexuality.
He is faithful to his wife and family.
He is willing to die for them.
That is what makes a man.
As he grows older, he grows in wisdom and takes good care of his health.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Chapter 1 Men's Health
Chapter 2 Erectile Dysfunction
Chapter 3 Premature Ejaculation
Chapter 4 Phimosis
Chapter 5 Balanitis
Chapter 6 Urethritis
Chapter 7 Epididymitis and Orchitis
Chapter 8 Benign Prostate Hypertrophy
Chapter 9 Urinary Incontinence
Chapter 10 Prostate Cancer
Chapter 11 Male Menopause
Chapter 12 Sexual Health
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