Category: Suicide

Anxiety, chronic fatigue, Depression, Health, Mental Health, Others, Psychology, Relationships, Stress, Suicide

Do You Know What Mental Illness Feels Like?

We often hear the clinical terms used by doctors and other professionals to identify the symptoms of mental illnesses…but if someone hasn’t gone through it, would they know how to recognize it? So often, clinical terms don’t do justice to what life with a mental illness feels like. We know that two people with the […]

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Depression, Stress, Suicide

construction worker - isolatedContractors Grapple with Employee Suicide Risk

The construction industry is increasingly incorporating suicide prevention measures within health and safety programs. Though it may come as a surprise to some, the construction industry is among the top nine occupations with the highest risk for suicide, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. “The construction industry tends employ a lot of what we […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Family Issues, Growing Up, Masculinity, Suicide

From Penn State to Afghanistan–Why Do We See No Evil When Boys Are Sexually Abused?

When I was about 12 years old, my mother took me to visit one of her cousins. As the evening approach, she and her cousin decided to go to a concert and they left me in the care of her cousin’s husband. Since I didn’t really know him, I decided to go into one of the […]

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Advocacy, Boys, Depression, Education, Family, Fatherhood, Health, Health, Legislative, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Military, Others, Policy, Public Policy, Sports, Suicide, Well-being

A trip to the White HouseA trip to the White House

It was a “seminal” event, and by White House invitation. The topic? The future of men’s health. Why are men medically underserved in America? What cultural factors are at play that we can change? Who should be involved? Seeds of Change An impressive array of stakeholders was present for the dialogue. Hats off to the […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Others, Psychology, Relationships, Stress, Suicide

Man cityHypnotherapy For Men: It’s Simply Logical

I discovered hypnotherapy a few years ago when I was dealing with the loss of both my parents within a three-month time span. I had tried the traditional therapy route and felt exhausted sharing my feelings over and over again, but still felt stuck. My Hypnotherapist, Rene Brent, RN CCHT said that this modality was […]

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