Writer Heidi Hanson shares her personal journey defining and coping with PSTD within her relationship. — Note: This is a three part article based on my personal experience as someone recovering from PTSD. Much of it is theoretical, however it is material I consider worth being studied in a scientific manner at some point in […]
If your partner has depression, I can’t lie and say getting through it is going to be easy. But I’ve now got the gift of hindsight, and there are a few things I wish my wife had known from the start.
Many men fear that bringing their suffering to light will serve only to emasculate them. Let’s break the stigma.
Shawn Henfling speaks about his own battle with depression and an actionable plan for helping others
Chronic depression does not have to define and control us
Adult men are often the same. Their depression doesn’t always manifest as crying, lying in bed, or other stereotypical symptoms of depression. Very often their spouses don’t even recognize the depression. I frequently hear about partners who view low energy as laziness and decreased sex drive as dissatisfaction with the relationship.
I battle a disease that has no physical ailment, no test and no proven cure.
You know that voice you hear that says “attaboy!” in your head? Mine is a Jerk.
This form of masculinity has failed us. It doesn’t produce men; it produces anger, rage, and pain. It teaches us that the only way to be a man is to aspire to be the worst in us. We can do better. We can be better.
Julianne Leow has reached some startling self realizations. An epiphany of the mind may be just what the doctor ordered.
Jesse Kornbluth shares the interview with Sheila Hamilton, and discusses the suicide of her late husband.