The second time I was diagnosed with a mood disorder, I got help and my life improved immeasurably.
men's mental health
The world is harsh beyond my bubble. Sometimes, I assume everyone is educated to be sensitive and compassionate, but then I learn yet again, that we need to continue to advocate for mental health rights.
Slowly, but surely, mental health stigma is being eradicated, advocacy is working. As a man who has embraced this mission, I am thrilled.
People with mental illness want to be part of society, no longer dismissed, their stories not reduced to a list.
Old pain can create new feelings, and it’s not depression this time. It’s an unidentifiable emotion, which I must learn to endure as I continue to heal.
After a long climb out of the depths it took a heart-to-heart with an old flame to make him see himself as a good man.
People suffering with mental illness need to set the factors identifying acceptable and unacceptable word choices used to describe their diagnoses and conditions. It’s time to support these meaningful members of the population.
Newsflash: depression makes enjoyment a lofty goal. Did you know it’s easier to love your life when you make time to do what you love?
Will men ever be free to define their individual manhood? These seven guidelines may help you.
Our society encourages men to be strong and silent with their emotions. This type of attitude is dangerous to men who struggle with depression.
Haunted by the empty seat that should have been his girlfriend’s, Keith Anderson shares the moment he hates.
Because it will help you learn emotional intimacy, avoid social isolation, and deepen the relationships you already have.
Recovering from mental illness means finding a safe place of acceptance and self-love. One man leads the way.
On the path to change, encountering resistance is inevitable. Managing four key components which may be blocking your progress, will free you.
One man, extending a lifeline to a friend learns sometimes it’s not the end after all.
One man’s breakdown changed how he saw and treated others, and it’s a great, kind thing.