Grief Counseling Training
Letters: The empire is no more, but British males continue to psychologically construct themselves in contrast to women – tough, aggressive, reticent and invulnerable
Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theguardian.com
The old image of a man who does not cry is more our culture than gender roles. Men should cry over loss and grief. There is nothing un masculine about it nor should it be avoided. The days of the John Wayne stuffer lip are not what we should try to emulate.
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