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The Gentle Men
(Birmingham Post; Birmingham (UK))

Men who were 'mollycoddled' as babies are more likely to be successful at work and in relationships than those who were taught to be tough, a psychiatrist said yesterday.

Dr Sebastian Kraemer told the Royal College of Psychiatrists annual conference in Harrogate that if boys are treated in a gentler fashion it has a permanent, positive effect on the developing brain.

He said: 'It hardwires selfconfidence that is not based on bluster, a self-confidence that is genuine and doesn't need to be constantly asserted.'

 


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