We all want to perform at our very best. Yet, our false assumptions about the thoughts and actions of the men and women we work with -- our Gender Blind Spots --prevent us from achieving greater success in our professional and personal lives.
Social policy impacts the rate at which men access the healthcare system. Fewer programs target men as specifically as women. Men are less likely to be insured and less able to qualify for public insurance
Sociologists have long considered suicide to be the gold standard measure of psychological wellbeing. Now we have a long-term study that finds that marriage protects men more than women from themselves.