Men: Attitudes control behaviors and outcomes for men. Henry  Ford said, "If you think you can or you think you  can't, you're right!" Attitudes make self-fulfilling prophecies.

Family Site Since 1997

Men's Issues and Today's Male

Men and Attitudes Equals Behaviors and Outcomes

By CyberParent Staff

Men: Attitudes control male behavior and  make self-fulfilling prophecies for men. 

For the Male of Today: 

From CyberParent

Your outlooks and your attitudes produce your behaviors.

Positive attitudes and expectations produce positive behavior while negative outlooks produce negative behaviors.

We all perceive life selectively. This means we constantly filter out most of the sounds and scenes around us, allowing only a  manageable amount through to our consciousness.

Those perceptions that we allow ourselves then,  are those that  are consistent with our expectations and attitudes.

In other words, men pretty much see what they expect to see, experience what they  expect to experience, and achieve what they expect to achieve.

Therefore, when you expect  to fail,  this often becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

But, if you expect to succeed, that also becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Henry  Ford said, "If you think you can or you think you  can't, you're right!"

 

 

 

More information about men's issues and the male of today.

Thanks for stopping by

 

 

Whatever  you believe about an issue will influence your perception and actual behavior in situations related to that issue.

Additional information about men and being male.

Looking for a little help buying gifts for someone you love:
Men's Gifts
Women's Gifts

 

 

Outstanding Links
Singles Profiles 
Connections 
Dating Web 
Dating Again 
Dating Tips 
Dating with Kids 
Dinner-Match  
Earth Singles 
Intimacy-Opposite Sex 
Local Singles Webs 
Loneliness 
Love Poems & Quotes 
Lying and Dating 
Relationships 
Safely Single 
Self-Esteem 
Shy 
Single Rose 
Single Seniors 
Singles Meet 
Singles Store 
SOLO for Singles 
Speed Dating 
Suddenly Single 
Abuse 
Alternative Medicine 
Baby's Sign Language 
Be a Matchmaker 
Birthday Book 
Blended Family 
Books 
Boys: Parenting 
Breast Feeding  
Choose Personal Matchmaker 
Communication 
Discipline Your Child 
Divorce 
Dr. Luv 
Eating Healthy 
Esteem for Children 
Family 
Fitness 
Friendship 
Gender Understanding 
Games for Kids
  
Gifts 
Gifts for Men 
Gifts for Women 
Girls: Parenting 
Grandparents 
Heart Express  
Holistic Health 
Homefront 
Kids' Activities 
Kids' Games 
Kids' Toys 
Intimate Lovers 
Love & Chemistry 
Love & Marriage 
Men 
Music & More Music 
Nutrition 
Organic Garden 
Organic Food 
Parenting 
Rainforest 
Recipes 
Romance 
Second Marriage 
Seniors 
Shopping Place 
Single Parents 
Spoiling Infants 
Sports & Recreation 
Stepparents 
Stress 
Teach Kids Right/Wrong 
Teens: by/for teens  
Toys for Kids
Traveling
Travel with Kids 
Ultra Music 
Wedding 
Wheels 
Women 
You 
DFW e-MAG 
Living Tips

Beauty Tips 
Dating/Meeting Tips for Singles 
Happiness 
Love & Romance Tips 
Lunchbox Notes 
Math/Science Fun for Kids 
Stay in Touch with Kids-Grandkids 
Free Newsletters

CyberParent 
Singles 
GrandParenting 
Earth Friends 
DFW Happenings 

 

Return to Index: Men's Issues and Today's Male

Return to CyberMale Directory

Outcomes and actions.

Calling "real men."

Book Reviews.

The abused male.

Silent contracts.

Letters and Q & A from surfers.

His rules.

To be or not to be.

Male of Style.

Getting started in new sports.

Setting Limits in Relationships

Lean & Mean Wardrobe. Yeah, Viagra! What Is Intimacy?
Nail Care. Attitudes Become Prophecies Letters from Surfers.
Hair Care What do you say? Your Wife Is Breastfeeding.
A Cure for Impotency? Daddy's Little Girl. Non-Custody Dad.
Your Value System. Dad, can I have a dime? Impotence.
Life, Reality, Change, Choices Life is a choice. Massage for Dad/Baby Bonding.
Loneliness for Men

Green Building and Remodeling

Contact
Copyright 1997-2008 CyberParent. All rights reserved.

Note: The opinions expressed herein are exclusively those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the position of CyberParent. They are not intended to take the place of the expertise of a health professional whose advice you might need to seek.