"My Father taught me how to be a man – and not by instilling in me a sense of machismo or an agenda of dominance. He taught me that a real man doesn’t take, he gives; he doesn’t use force, he uses logic; doesn’t play the role of trouble-maker, but rather, trouble-shooter; and most importantly, a real man is defined by what’s in his heart, not his pants.
My Father taught me to respect men and women alike. But women more.
He also taught me that - no matter what - your wife is always right. And if she’s not, allow her the illusion that she is.