Talking to your son about the messages he receives about what it means to “be a man” can feel daunting to say the least.
We aren’t usually taught the skills to have conversations that help others unpack their assumptions, critically think about society’s messages, and develop their own opinions.
And it can be particularly difficult to have these conversations without imposing our own beliefs or being judgemental toward them, which often shuts them down.
Based on our article, 6 Ways To Talk To Your Son About Male Violence and Healthy Masculinity, William Harris from
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