Do you have a mentor in your life? Many young men I know receive little to no mentoring, and that's a shame. Poor mentoring in adulthood is the equivalent of poor parenting in childhood. Men need other men as colleagues, friends, and mentors. These relationships help all of us to form richer identities, to better live out our callings, and to reduce the burdens created by increasing individualization in our society. A good mentor serves as guide, teacher, and cheerleader. He is both a father and a friend.
Be a mentor!