7 Myths on Men’s Mental Health and ways to deal with it.
Men’s mental needs often get buried under stigma. This #MensMentalHealthAwarenessDay lets us carry on the healthy conversation on men’s mental health, breaking myths and taboos.
Myths on Men’s Mental Health are leading to disasters. Men are 3.7 times more likely to die from suicides than women despite women making more attempts. Let us uncover those myths and find effective ways to approach men’s mental health.
Myth 1. Men are less likely to have mental problems
Myth 2. Men handle their emotions better
Myth 3. Talking is good enough to reduce men’s mental issues
Myth 4. Men have strong coping power and can recover on their own
Myth 5. Men cannot be the victims of domestic violence
Myth 6. Men cannot be raped
Myth 7. Post-natal depression is only a women’s issue.
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Men’s mental health needs to be taken more seriously.
This is just a perfect reminder to anyone that needs it.
Many men carry a heavyweight around with them that nobody knows anything about. We really need to initiate talking about what’s going on in their mind. We got this. Good post though.
Men find it difficult to open up about their feelings and talk to others. We do face an issue of toxic standards of masculinity.
True Said Sir…🔥🙌👏
This is the problem nowadays…😢
Need to be take care of seriously🙌😢
Nice Tips on Men’s Health & Can’t ignore it.😢
Very big issues in Men now.
How many of you think that society treats men’s mental health as if it doesn’t exist.