Raising Emotionally Connected Boys and Men

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When we teach our boys to shut down the expression of their emotions and numb out as the definition of "strength", we raise them into men who have very little capacity for connection. If we want safer men, we have to accept and honor the emotional needs of our boys.

Securely attached boys become securely attached men who are strong enough to connect, to problem solve in relationships and to accept the needs of others without getting defensive or reactive.

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