Mental health problems affect both men and women, in fact, every one in four of us. However, it has been widely accepted for some time that men are much less likely to seek help from a doctor or mental health specialist, as they traditionally expect themselves to be competitive and successful, tough and self-reliant and can find it difficult to admit that they are feeling fragile and vulnerable.
This book aims to build on the current progressive movement by supporting men and those that care about them - be that a partner, friend, family member or colleague - by providing insight, advice, and tips on what can be done at a very practical level to make men's mental health much more positive.Purchase Now
Taking steps to improve mental health and wellbeing among men. This book provides practical help, guidance and solutions to help men deal with life challenges, anxiety, depression, bereavements, relationship breakdown, difficulties at work, personal identity issues and the many other issues that may occur, but they are perhaps too afraid to admit.
“It’s great to see a book that’s focusing on this often neglected but important topic. Mens’ mental health is challenging! I found the content extremely practical; easy to dip in and out of a variety of topics that are bite size and accessible. Another milestone in breaking down the stigma that surrounds mental health.”
“This is an outstanding book on helping men cope better with their mental health, written by two very knowledgeable practitioners in the field. It is a must read by all who want to enhance their mental wellbeing and health.”
“Male mental health is still rarely talked about, with men and boys often struggling in silence. This book is a welcome and important contribution to a critically important discourse. Honest, accessible, respectful: it is the ideal resource for all men and boys, as well as those in a supporting role.”
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