Why do boys talk less about their problems?

    For years, psychologists have insisted that boys don’t talk about problems as much as girls because they are embarrassed, or are worried about appearing weak, or being ridiculed.

    According to a new study which included 2000 boys and girls, that’s not the case.

    WHYY’s Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott and psychologist Dan Gottlieb discuss the study’s findings in their weekly conversation:

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