Ever heard the saying "walk a mile in another person's shoes"? It's used to talk about empathy, and the ways in which we can better understand someone if we try to imagine ourselves in their place.
There are a lot of difficult aspects that come with being a woman, but there are also a lot of difficult aspects that come with being a man.
Regardless of whether you're able to empathize with the opposite sex enough to see their hardship, it is easy to see that our society raises men to think that talking about their issues connotes weakness, and as such, these issues are not talked about very much.
The women of the internet took to Reddit recently to share what they think is the hardest part about being a man.
Want to know the odd part?
I'll admit that I'm hearing a lot of these issues for the very first time, which proves that we need to make space in social conversation for men to talk about issues such as mental health, self esteem, and pressures to be 'manly enough'.