How did puberty affect our childhoods, and how does it still impact us today? Physically, emotionally, relationally, and sexually?
Tom and Elliott welcome back Marshall for a time capsule conversation on puberty. We dive into the physical changes we experienced, our family dynamics, the comparisons we made to other boys, and ultimately this matter of “sexual awakening.” Can we trace our same-sex attractions back to this pivotal time of puberty?
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Enjoy the episode below, and don’t forget to comment: how did puberty affect you? Was puberty safely discussed in your home? What struggles today can you trace back to puberty?
LINKS FROM THE SHOW
John Eldredge’s Killing Lions: http://a.co/18loGZH
Tom’s posts: yourotherbrothers.com/author/tom/
Elliott’s posts: yourotherbrothers.com/author/elliott/
Marshall’s posts: yourotherbrothers.com/author/marshall/