Although we all experience grief when we lose a loved one, women seem more likely than men to express their feelings of loss. But just because women are more expressive it doesn’t mean that they grieve more than men do.
One theory is that men understate their grief, meaning they experience grief just as much as women but they don’t seek counsel for it. Another possible reason for the difference is often how social expectations and gender roles affect how we grieve ….
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