Why don't men talk about IBD?

Look, I don’t want to sound like a man-hating feminist. 

A lot of my best friends are men. A lot of my heroes too. In fact, I’m a man. 

But when it comes to talking honestly and openly about IBD, men, as a group, just aren’t cutting it. 

Take it from me, I know. I’ve been an advocate for people living with IBD for the last six years. Almost every single person I encounter in my advocacy work is female.

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https://crohnsdisease.com/living/dont-men-talk-ibd/

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  • Korn
    Korn Pattaya
    Well, it is not because they are men. Basically, people are all different, that's why we need to understand that we have our own choices as well. If you noticed that most of the people who don't want to talk about IBD are men, then that is just incidental and nothing more. I guess, generalizing things will not help. Study made by https://www.bestwritingservicecanada.com/rush-essay-review/ says that people's behavior and perception is the only constant thing that will remain different.

    Well, it is not because they are men. Basically, people are all different, that's why we need to understand that we have our own choices as well. If you noticed that most of the people who don't want to talk about IBD are men, then that is just incidental and nothing more. I guess, generalizing things will not help. Study made by https://www.bestwritingservicecanada.com/rush-essay-review/ says that people's behavior and perception is the only constant thing that will remain different.

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