As we look around today’s society, it’s hard to deny that there is a certain level of weakness that seems to pervade. Men and women alike are struggling to assert themselves and take on the responsibilities that come with adulthood. The traditional nuclear family, in which one man supported a wife and children on a single salary, is becoming increasingly rare. Birth rates are dropping and there is a sense that we are in danger of becoming extinct as a species.

This weakness is not just physical, but also mental and emotional. People are looking for a boss in their partners, seeking validation and direction from others instead of taking charge of their own lives. This is in stark contrast to the past, when men were expected to be strong and self-reliant, able to provide for and protect their families.

One possible reason for this change is that society has slowly been training men to be more like children and less like adults. This can be seen in the way that men are encouraged to be sensitive and in touch with their emotions, rather than stoic and self-reliant. It can also be seen in the way that men are increasingly expected to act like women, with the rise of “metrosexual” fashion and grooming trends.

This has led to a decrease in testosterone levels and a corresponding decrease in the number of births. It is a vicious cycle, as the weaker and less-masculine men are less likely to be able to support and raise a family, which further weakens the population as a whole.

It’s important to note that this is not a call for a return to traditional gender roles, but rather a call for individuals to take responsibility for their own lives and strive to improve themselves. This means building a career and having a purpose, rather than just looking for easy money or seeking validation through social media. It means taking care of oneself physically and emotionally, and being aware of the impact that one’s actions have on future generations.

It’s also important to recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to these issues. Every person is unique and will have to find their own path to self-improvement and self-reliance. But by taking responsibility for our own lives and working to build a better future for ourselves and for society as a whole, we can begin to turn things around.