Is there really a "boys don't cry culture?"
I never saw my father cry, and when he died, I didn't see any other me display a lot of emotion either. But at the same time, no one told me I SHOULDN'T cry.
I think it may come down to two things:
1. Men and women are just wired differently. I watched an episode of "Brain Games" - http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/brain-games/episodes/battle-of-the-sexes/
2. Some men are able to get in touch with there so called "feminine side"
Why does it appear that men have a problem showing/talking about their emotions?
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