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Why Men Are Afraid to Be Vulnerable: ‘Patrick Melrose’ (2018)

For some men, honesty and sharing are harder than kicking a drug habit

Patrick Melrose crying
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It only feels right to dedicate a Theme of the Month to “vulnerability” if your publication is called Vulnerable Man. I’m a few months late with this essay, but it’s better now than

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Akos Peterbencze

Akos Peterbencze

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