Mark Greene explains why the damaging culture of male emotional toughness results in men’s reduced life expectancy
On April 6, I was invited to talk with Jo Good on BBC London radio about my article titled the Lack of Platonic Touch in Men’s Lives is a Killer. I used the conversation to connects the dots on a range of data showing the links between suppressed emotional expression among boys and the resulting isolation/reduced life expectancy this creates for men.
Here’s my article about suppressed emotional connection among boys and the resulting early mortality for men including links to the various data: How an Epidemic of Loneliness is Killing the Men We Love.
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