Becoming a husband...
Do you think becoming a husband is just limited to pledging a life of commitment to another human being?
Yes certainly but also it is vice- versa as women also do life time commitment too.
Depends on where you live. The term "husband" doesn't mean what it used to. A hundred years ago a husband provided for his family and was commited to his partner. Now a husband could be a woman playing the male role.
To me it means to learn to be selfless.
I think the most important thing to learn to be a husband and father is to put your family first.
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