Wellcast offers help during National Suicide Prevention Week.
I ran my first marathon in 2010. It was the Rock n’ Roll marathon in San Diego. Prior to that, I played baseball, football, and lacrosse throughout my high school years and even a bit at UCLA. I loved being on a team, I loved the exercise, the camaraderie, and the competition. I had no idea what was in store for me when I broke out on my own and started endurance training.
You might be surprised to learn that, for some people, pervasive suicidal thoughts and actions can have addictive qualities.
Counselor Carl offers a powerful way to help sufferers of depression and anxiety without drugs.
What if growing old isn’t causing men’s health problems? What if the problem is we ignore what happens to our body as we grow older?
Most men follow their car maintenance schedules faithfully. Why do they refuse to maintain their personal health?
Adversity is inevitable, but it’s how we choose to deal with adversity that determines who we are as people.
Jed Diamond has been working with families afflicted with mental illness for 50 years. He invites you to join him in this crusade to support those who face this battle every day.
She watched his slide into paranoia, sat with him all night to prevent his suicide, but she could not put him back together again.
Perhaps the greatest journey of our lifetime takes place while we are standing still. No passport, no airports, no queues – and very often in the blink of an eye.
Why you need to eat 30 minutes after your run, and what to eat for best recover. Kim McDevitt, MPH, RD and fellow runner has the scoop.
Ryan and I never once talked about treatment, but he taught me more about mental health and wellness than most degreed people I know.
According to those who are still training, it sure is!
Even as a therapist, I fought the stigma that men should handle everything themselves. I finally got help, narrowly avoiding paying the dearest price.