Dec 07
Married Men Don't Talk But Married Men Can Talk
Both men and women would agree that whereas men love to speak about sports, finance, cars, politics and even food, married men, in particular, rarely talk about emotional issues or problems.  They go it alone. Their stress or depression goes unvoiced often showing up as physical symptoms, heart disease, and sleeping or drinking problems. This show dispels that stereotype. Listen in, as the guests Tony Hawkins, Rod Turner and Darren Smith, founder and moderators of the weekly blog talk radio show, “ Married Men Don’t Talk,” prove that married man can talk about important and highly emotional issues. You will hear clips from their show as well as their discussion with host, Suzanne Phillips as she asks them to consider the ways in which speaking together with men in a weekly radio group has impacted their lives and their marriages.

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