Men, especially heterosexual men, tend to have very few deep, emotional connections, and of the ones they do have, very few of them are with other men. And that’s actually a problem.
Men are dealing with an epidemic of loneliness and isolation and it’s literally killing us. But despite the damage that loneliness can cause, men have a hard time finding and fostering emotionally close and intimate relationships. Why are male friendships so shallow and transitory and what can we do to build the relationships we need?
- How loneliness is literally hurting men
- Why men have a harder time building closer, stronger social ties than women
- How society inadvertently teaches men to avoid close friendships with other men
- Why toxic masculinity prevents men from from building the relationships we want
- How the ways men try to bond actually makes it harder to actually become close with their friends
… and so much more.
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