Am I alone in finding it funny that men routinely accuse women of being over emotional, yet, there is no group of people more prone to emotional overreaction than men?
Granted, men have rarely (if ever) been given the space to recognize, identify, or feel their emotions without immediately jumping to solving what caused the emotions to happen. If you add race to this, it becomes even more troublesome. If you have a family tradition of a particular form of masculine expression, say, men need to make more money than their partners (I'm speaking from my heterosexual perspective) you're screwed.
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