Emotional restraint is not the same as emotional repression.
How toxic masculinity uses anger to silence us.
Nate McIntyre thinks Dads can do a better job modeling for their kids positive ways to express emotions.
Joe Doe writes to you about his next task: It is a cry for help
—It’s not just OK to cry fellas it’s healthy. Most of us grew up hearing that big boys don’t cry.That only punks and sissies cry◊♦◊ ◊♦◊YouTube:Preston Smiles
Why don’t we promote the image of the crying man more often?
Even the toughest men know it’s OK to cry.
I now find myself letting the tears win a couple rounds.
…you could cry like a man.A few weeks ago, I was faced with a challenge—one of life and death, really—though I won’t go into the details here. Suffice to say I needed spiritual peace, and fast. My first thought was to go to the closest church, light a candle, and pray. That’s standard practice where…
What were the messages you received as a boy about crying? How did that shape your life?
We need to celebrate Men’s Groups for the work they do.
Bill Yarrow writes a surreal and humorous take on poetry, tears, and gender.
Crying, uncool? No, it’s actually got some pretty awesome powers.
Why we should raise emotionally healthy men.
The only way we are going to change the world- is to change it one man and one boy at a time.
Is it obvious? Yes. Is it sarcastic? Maybe.