Men are generally known for controlling their emotions. We don’t cry much. We don’t get giddy much. And when we get upset, we generally stop talking, stop responding, and shut down. In our feminist culture these aspects of men are seen as huge weaknesses.
Why can’t men be more open about their feelings?
If you’re a woman in a relationship with a man, you’ve probably asked that question, and if you’re a man in a relationship with a woman, you’ve probably been asked that question.
But here’s the thing. A man who is in control of his emotions is a good thing. Read this week's Proverbs
and Wisdom to find out why . . . Strength in Silence