NYC Dads guest blogger Lorne Jaffe is a new at-home dad who has struggled with depression and anxiety for most of his life.
Ryan W. Bradley squirms through a film about a man like he was, not long ago: undiagnosed, violent, and about to hit bottom.
Jack Jones was adopted from China to an American family. Growing up, he was picked on in school because of his race and skinny frame. When he saw Arnold Schwarzenegger for the first time in a film, he thought that becoming muscular would make girls like him and solve everything. He became obsessed with bodybuilding…
Everyone needs an outlet. Tell us about yours.
Mental illness can be defined with just seven words. Be careful, because the words you choose will speak for you.
This Movember, Sean Swaby will not shave any of his hair, not even his pits. His hair will be doing the work to raise awareness, raise funds and to raise eyebrows for men’s health.
“I have this fear that if I feel this pain, it will kill me and I will die… I’m afraid that I’m going to pass my anger onto my son.”
For all of you that have been diagnosed with depression or anxiety, I just wanted to say I’m sorry for “wellsplaining” you.
It’s hard to understand if you’ve never been there.
One person’s plight with depression – even if that person is a celebrity that we all know and love – has no relevance to your own plight with depression.
Recovery from depression is definitely possible—if you get the right help.
Depression is a word many people throw around carelessly, but when used in its clinical sense it describes a debilitating, gut-wrenching illness.
Danny Baker outlines what a person can do to help with the depression recovery of a friend or family member.
Hint: It’s Not What You Think
Having suffered from depression himself, Danny Bakers knows the truth is that it’s not always a good idea to date someone with a mental illness.
Danny Baker has spent a good deal of time learning what it means to be truly happy, and he would like to share what he has learned.