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By JASON REYNOLDS
Kent Evans is a native of Louisville Kentucky. His parents were middle class, hard working people. They divorced when he was 17 or 18. He says he became bitter as a result of that traumatic experience.
Vowing to change his own narrative, Kent was able to lean on a community of men who challenged him to understand the concepts of Biblical manhood. His life began to turn around during counseling sessions. The counselor, a “super helpful” man, said, Kent was focused on what he did not want to be when he grew up (i.e., his parents). “You cannot become the ‘un-something.’ Your brain does not know how to not become something. It’s chemically impossible.” The counselor advised Evans to mentally picture who he wanted to be when he grew up. The counselor told him to find other men and women and…
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