Ill man up and admit that I probably deserved at least one of those boots (maybe both of them, come to think of it). I learned the hard way that I cannot place my entire identity in my job title or employers good name. However, dont we as men struggle with this? I mean, if you meet someone at your childs music recital, shortly after you swap names, what do you both ask? So, Byron, what do you do? And, we understand in our culture, this means, What is your job? We are sending the signal and not a completely misleading one, if we are honest that the second most important thing about a man is how he earns a living. I recognize the fact that this is a way of building relational bridges. We arent always connecting personal relevance too directly with this. Even so, I think many men believe their total reason for existence washes over them as they walk through the office door at 8 a.m. every Monday.
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