'If we do not accept men as naturally very sensitive, and nurture and foster their sensitivity in every way, are we not rejecting their natural nature and asking if not demanding they be hard, tough, or rough? Do we have a responsibility to support men to live their natural qualities if we truly do not want to live in a world where sometimes men can become abusive? Whilst men are absolutely responsible if they choose to be abusive, we ought to foster men to live naturally rather than allowing if not expecting them to be who they are not. And if we have an issue with men being sensitive, have we asked ourselves why? In other words, what do we get to avoid dealing with by keeping men desensitised?' - Brendan Mooney Psychologist
Brendan Mooney Psychologist
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