As Crews shares how he slowly recognizes, wrestles with, accepts responsibility for and gains control over these unhealthy patterns of thinking, he provides an encouraging example of how a man who is anything but Grown (in fact, after an undistinguished NFL career came to an abrupt end, he became a classic drama king) can commit to personal growth, and transform himself into a better person. The most valuable gift of the book is that it clearly demonstrates that men need emotional safety, fidelity, and to be heard and valued, just as much as any woman does. Crews’ recognition of this truth in his own life is key to his redemption, and his ability to forgive his parents and set himself free from his past, to become a better—and truly Grown—man.

If you are committed to becoming more than an adult male, but a Grown man committed to healthy love and acceptance of self and the honor, esteem and respect of others, Crews presents his life as an open book, allowing you to see that you won’t be the first to make the journey—and that if he can make it, surely, you can too. If you truly want to be a better man (or know someone who does), get Terry Crews’ book Manhood.

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