Mental health care is just as important for men as well as women. However, men may not feel comfortable with traditional therapy. Trying alternative methods can put them on track for success.
Mental Health Awareness
It’s perfectly okay to not stay positive all the time. What is important, in the midst of any crisis, is to prioritize your mental health when it’s most vulnerable.
— Please Note: This article is presented for informational purposes only and is not meant to diagnose or treat any illness. If you have any health concern, see a licensed healthcare professional in person. Mental and behavioral disorders aren’t exclusive to one particular group: it affects people of all religions, tribes, races, classes, and countries.…
Being in touch with one’s emotions and mental health is nothing to be ashamed of, whatever societal expectations may say.
While taking care of our physical health might come naturally, it can sometimes be harder to take care of our mental health as well.
Over the past 15 years, the number of child ADHD diagnoses in the United States skyrocketed and, currently, 11% of all school children have an ADHD diagnosis.
Online therapy is mental health counseling via the Internet using skype etc. or on the phone.
More than 75% of suicides are male, despite women attempting suicide three to four times more often than men. These days, the need to redesign the stigma and turn it into a positive response to mental health is more prominent than ever.
Some attribute the decline in women’s happiness to the demands of work and motherhood, but research shows that working women and working mothers are happier.
Everybody has their hidden wars and struggles no matter how pleasant-looking they seem to be.
If you’ve decided to seek help, good for you! Regardless of whether this is your first or 40th time seeing a therapist, there are important things you need to know about therapy–and your therapist.
I’ve started over in therapy many times. While this has frustrated me, I never allowed it to stop my relentless pursuit of recovery and happiness. Somehow, I knew happiness was my basic right as a living, breathing human being.
My trauma began early, and continued into my young adulthood.
No matter what you are going through, be it time pressures, workload, stress, health issues, please remember: “You don’t have to live like this.”
Mental health carries a powerful stigma. The more we are open about it, the less that weighs all of us down.
Many mental illnesses affect both men and women however men may be less likely to talk about their feelings and seek help.