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See Why Men Are Programmed To Fail In Relationships - Deji Irawo


My mentor Deji Irawo just dropped this and it is a must read!

Research reveals that at infancy both boys and girls have the "same" capacity for empathy.While girls are allowed to show emotions and learn to understand their feelings and that of others,boys are socialised into the masculine norm that says it's weakness to have and express your feelings.

What we reap are adults males who are emotionally unintelligent and uneducated, a core skill they will require all their lives as every Relationships around them will require it to succeed.

So technically we programme boys to fail in their relationships and then we blame them for failing.Its not fair, society only gets the kind of males they "programmed".
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