Jordan Peterson's work speaks directly to many of the issues of coming of age in today's society--especially for young males. I agree completely with the comment that he is as much a philosopher as he is a clinical psychologist. I appreciate this summary of his work related to gospel principles. It's something I can share with family members who may not have the inclination to read the whole book.
Thank you for this article. I will read it many times. It gives me a lot to ponder and work on. BTW, please do not assume that you need to be married to have those meaningful conversations you reference. Most of mine have been with girlfriends. They are powerful and wonderful. These are real friends. They have been with me through thick and thin for not just years but decades. My husband doesn't need to talk to process the way I do. Deep conversations with him are powerful when they happen, but they are rare.
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