Teenage boys are not good at expressing themselves so well as girls do even when their level of perception is high, which leads them to suppress themselves.
Teenage boys usually have their own plans and hopes for the future and have the ability to get immersed into fun for themselves, but when they are
continuously stressed by some external situations and factors, they may develop neurotic depression.
Differently from girls, who accommodate and accumulate negative feelings to a certain level and have their unconscious treat wounds one by one, boys do not
have such a big capacity to accommodate negative moods, so they may by more susceptible to thinking that they can’t have fun and don’t have the future any
more and taking some drastic measures when they feel extreme stress at the moment. From this perspective, boys who express their negative moods are in
less danger than boys who keep things to themselves.
Even boys with cheerful and expressive disposition may stop expressing themselves one day as they are continuously stressed. They need to be guided to
refresh and divert themselves so that they get immersed into something fun so as not to develop neurotic depression.
Females’ feelings are formed from past memories but males’ moods are formed from present stimulations. When girls accumulate too many wounds in memory,
they develop depression. When boys are convinced that they do not have hope for the future they fall into neurotic depression.
Parents are recommended to carefully watch for how their teenage girls and boys are doing with addressing their stress and wounds.