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Worked at yielding guitars
Attended Auburn University
Lives in beulah, alabama
i have listened to a lot of stef. every time stef ever talks about women, he is highly respectful of women, because he gives the the same moral responsibility in a relationship, and in the world, as he gives men. this could only bother women who do not want to face the same moral responsibility as women. you don't have to take these 'sources' word for it, because stef has a call in show once a week, and you can call him and ask him for yourself. for me, it would be disrespectful toward women, to not give them moral responsibility.
i am 52. i have a son who is 26. he listens to these podcasts. he introduced me to stefan's podcasts. stefan never suggested that either my son, or i, should remove ourselves from family members. The show is about personal freedom, philosophy, and emotional health. stefan suggests therapy, and healthy, voluntary relationships. if this woman's son did not judge that his relationship with her was healthy, or productive, then i will have to leave that choice up to him. I wonder if this woman has listened to all of stefan's podcasts, and read all his books. if my son ever approached me, and removed himself from my company, based upon some volume of literature that he had read, you can bet that the first thing that i would do, is immerse myself in the content. this woman does not seem to have a grasp on the content, so i can not imagine that she has done this. I have visited stefan's house, and consider myself to be his friend. I have heard him encourage many people to seek therapy, and ask family members questions to see if there is much of a relationship. This is great advice.
i would imagine that people who dislike something... always remember to 'dislike' it. but people like me who like all of your work... forget sometimes... forget often... to like. sometimes i am overwhelmed with 'like' which jogs my memory that i should 'like' more often. thanks for your work, stef.
great video, james... honored for my music to be part of it.
the first 25 minutes were very helpful. her behavior was pretty much abusive, and though in private, i am sure you would have just nipped it in the bud. but it was very generous for you to endure this long enough to be instructive to people like myself, who have a hard time ejecting myself from these conversations. you stayed very calm, and addressed the ridiculousness of the non arguments.. seriously... very helpful. i had to pause the video and respond while it was fresh... thank you, thank you.