During this podcast I share more about my childhood.  I also share the most significant event in my life which occurred when I was 13 years old.

  • The importance of being candid with people
  • My relationship with my wife
  • The impact that drugs and alcohol has on people’s behavior
  • The most significant event in my life which occurred when I was 13 years old
  • Making the choice to tell my school counselor about my father’s drug addiction
  • This podcast is 29 minutes in length

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3 Responses to “002 A Father Who Cares with Lenon Honor”

  1. Reg says:

    Wow!! To have that level of perception at 13…amazing. My dad wasn’t a good father figure; there was tons of things that I learned on my own(often by embarrassment)because I was not taught. You could say that my growth as a man was halted for at least 10 years. Strange how some children can go through a rough childhood and repeat the same mistakes of the parents, and some can go through as well and learn what not to do. It’s good to see that’s no longer the case for us ^__^ . Thanks for sharing.

  2. kevin love says:

    I just wan’t to thank you for all of the work you’ve done over the years and the information you have shared. I am a 27 year old black male and a father of two children. Though I was recently divorced, I’m still active in my children’s life. I grew up without my father around and was married to my ex-wife at 19. We had a child within a year. I had no idea how to be a father or even how to be a man. I didn’t realize I wasn’t functioning as a man or fulfilling my duties as a father for a long time because I didn’t understand what it meant to be a man or a father. I always felt incomplete and not fully like a man and I never had any guidance concerning anything throughout my life. My mother had five children to support on her own therefore, she spent all of her time working and sleeping. Since I came across you about a year ago(listening to the archives of infinitewaters blogtalk radio show) I have watched tons of your videos and listened to archived podcasts’ from soulvisions radio. The impact your work has had on my life is tremendous. I felt like for the first time I had some guidance and direction. As a result I have become a much better man and a much better father. I admire the beautiful relationship you and your lovely wife have. That aren’t enough words to accurately communicate the level of gratitude I have toward you and your family. You have inspired me and I hope as I continue to grow I can also inspire others. The work you are doing is so very important and I will do what I can to continue to support it.

    • Lenon Honor says:

      Greetings brother Kevin. Thank you for sharing such powerful words with me. I appreciate it. I think I need to do more videos for men to addres the issue of growing up without a father. So many of us can relate to that experience and the experience is quite debilitating. Again, thank you for sharing this with me. It inspires and motivates me.

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