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Daily Mo Update
I think I’ll clean shave everything but the stash tonight for added effect with family. 🙂
I’ve been thinking a lot about what I have written in regards to men’s mental health this month and how it has affected me. At first, writing some of these posts seemed straight forward and obvious to me, yet my own actions don’t always align with the advice I give. That’s ok, I figured. Nobody is perfect, and maybe I just need to try harder to heed my own advice. Or maybe these issues don’t hit as close to home as they once did. Usually this thought passes quickly and I don’t actively make any changes as a result. Today, I realized that a lot of the stuff I’ve been preaching I’ve been practicing on a subconscious level all along. I’ve found that while I still have my down moments, I’ve had a much better mentality this month and i believe it is coordinated with these posts. This teaches me a couple lessons: 1) writing for others can be therapeutic for oneself. 2) reading advice, even advice you feel is obvious or unnecessary, can still help you, especially if you make it a habit. 3) just because you feel you aren’t making any progress in the moment, doesn’t mean you aren’t.
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Daily Mo Update
No, I am not the Doctor; but, bow ties are still cool.
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Many have you might have wondered why it is that women live longer than men. And they do! On average, women live about 5% longer than men. Many have speculated that it is due to the harsh lifestyles men lead. Which one cannot argue isn’t a contributing factor. But there is something deeper here. Something ingrained in our DNA. “This remarkably consistent survival advantage of women compared with men in early life, in late life, and in total life is seen in every country in every year for which reliable birth and death records exist. There may be no more robust pattern in human biology.” – BBC.com/future
This, then, must be it. Women are healthier and more resilient than men for one reason and one reason only: because it’s not men who are charged with carrying life into this world, it’s women. Their bodies have to be made to withstand the punishment of childbirth, and be strong enough to protect not just one life, but TWO from pathogens and maladies. We are at a biological disadvantage, but that does NOT mean we shouldn’t be taking care of ourselves. Follow the WHO link below and learn a little more about men’s health across the world! Statistics provided by the World Health Organization.
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