Until recently, many men in our society have not been given permission to openly express their sad feelings and have not had adequate male role models or emotionally available men to guide them. Here’s the problem with that: If we don’t start teaching our sons that it’s OK to cry, they will continue to bottle up their feelings and never learn to deal with their emotions in a healthy, mature way. This can have devastating long-term lasting effects on their mental health, relationships, and ability to connect emotionally to others.
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