Boys/Men considered to be strong enough to handle anything that comes their way. They are considered to be able to handle insults and not cry. They are considered to probably be broken and not reflect it. They are considered to be battered with life but not to be broken for anything less than that reflects weakness and short of the manhood.
But within the context of the suppose strenght of a man is a boy who may have been abused both physically,emotionally and sexually.
Within the context of a man is the boy who may have gone through alot but is made not to talk but swallow.
Within the context of a man is the boy who gets confused but has no one to guide or mentor him
Within the context of a man is a boy who grew up seeing his father cheating and probably maltreating his mom but then who can teach him the right way.
Within the context of a man is a boy who gets cheated on but then;how can he cry about it, 'Is he not a man?'
Within the context of men there are boys who have gone through alot and with not talk or cry their pain out because men are expected to lock up but my questions are;
What is the plan for the boy who is not yet a man?
How do we know if he is abused?
Why do more men tend to commit suicide than woman?
This is not a gender drive because the truth is everyone goes through abuse and everyone matter.
Communicate with your sons before they become men,husbands and fathers.