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The Mechanics of the Man Hug

A firm, hearty handshake is always an appropriate way for men to greet each other. But when men achieve a greater familiarity, a man hug becomes appropriate. Some men fear male on male hugging of any kind. But done in an appropriate way, men can still hug while remaining secure in their manhood. Here’s how:

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I just got back from a very close friends fathers funeral. I hugged my friend a bunch.
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Sorry to hear about your friends Father yosey. tell him I know how he feels, I been there and done that many times.
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^^Me too!^^

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^^^ thanks. I saw his eyes water & he saw my eyes water, it was time to go.
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I always thought a man should never cry. But when i saw my son get off that plane I couldn't hold back.
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what you think because you cry your not any more of a man . i cry when i think about my son when i am away thats just love in a different way



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what you think because you cry your not any more of a man . i cry when i think about my son when i am away thats just love in a different way
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It's all natural and normal guys. Not crying at appropriate times is abnormal.

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uh yeah that can get ackward



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