Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters with other men is not manly. (Paul Rogers/The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH SCI BRODY HEALTH BY JANE E. BRODY FOR JUNE 28, 2016. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED.
Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters with other men is not manly. (Paul Rogers/The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH SCI BRODY HEALTH BY JANE E. BRODY FOR JUNE 28, 2016. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. Paul Rogers The New York Times
Consciously or otherwise, many men believe that talking about personal matters with other men is not manly. (Paul Rogers/The New York Times) -- NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH SCI BRODY HEALTH BY JANE E. BRODY FOR JUNE 28, 2016. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. Paul Rogers The New York Times

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