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Men and Depression

This Man's Comics About His Experience With Depression Are So True

The Huffington Post | Lindsay Holmes | Posted 09.22.2015 | Healthy Living

Each person with a mental illness experiences it differently -- and for Kristian Nygård, the only way he could make sense of his personal plight was ...

One Man. Talking About His Life. And Wanting to End It.

Dr. Margaret Rutherford | Posted 08.25.2016 | Healthy Living
Dr. Margaret Rutherford

"I'm ready to tell my story. It's time." That's what I heard from Stuart Walker, owner of Clubhaus Fitness. A tall, muscular guy with a boisterous la...

Why Depression Is Underreported In Men

Posted 12.27.2014 | Healthy Living

By Mary Elizabeth Dallas Depression is often seen as a problem mainly affecting women. Ironically, that’s one of the reasons why the condition is...

Robin Williams' Death: It's Time to Unmask "Masked" Depression

Aaron B. Rochlen | Posted 10.13.2014 | Healthy Living
Aaron B. Rochlen

Men often don't express depression in ways traditionally used to diagnose the problem. They don't cry or have weight or sleeping problems. Instead, they have what experts increasingly recognize as "masked" or "male-type" depression.

Real Men Talk About Their Feelings (For Real)

Josh Rivedal | Posted 08.31.2015 | Healthy Living
Josh Rivedal

Men are willing to talk about the size of their prostate glands, or how much Viagra they're allowed to take, but they're still not willing to be open about their mental health. If men want to live long healthy, and productive lives it's absolutely crucial that the dialogue surrounding men's mental health has to change.

The Solitary Confinement of Depression. #ForMarc

Oren Miller | Posted 07.17.2013 | Parents
Oren Miller

Depressed people often don't talk about depression, and this may be especially true for men. What they do need is to know they're not the only ones feeling overwhelmed by the weight of it all.