The idea that feelings are just something for women has left thousands of men unable to forge new relationships with other men. And women suffer the consequences.
By Kelsey Miller
Men express themselves through fist bumps and hugs. Unlike women who are more keen to engage in intimate conversations with their friends.
Erin Rodger, a famous writer, talks about the concept of "emotional gold digger". Watch the video to see what we're talking about.
The concept describes men who expect their girlfriends or wives to be their advisor, psychiatrist and emotional cheerleader. This concept was introduced in 2016 with a tweet by Erin Rodger, a famous writer. "Men are taught that feelings are a female thing" she says.