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11 March

Feeling down, experiencing sadness, or finding life bleak at times is a common part of the human experience, especially when you’re navigating through various life changes and uncertainties. After all, life always flows through cycles of ups and downs. It’s important to acknowledge that your feelings are normal and valid. However, when sadness, or a sense that life is more hopeless becomes persistent, overwhelming, and starts affecting your daily life, it might be a sign of depression. Depression is more than just feeling sad; it’s a complex mental health condition that can have significant impact on your overall well-being.

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12 November

In the last few years, mental health applications, especially wearables, have become more popular to treat anxiety and depression. Science has made it possible for men who struggle with their mental health to have constant help in the form of wearables that help restore their much-needed balance. 

These mental health wearables also help gather data in a non-invasive way that provides information that can be used to treat with these disorders more effectively. And while none of these wearable devices are a cure-all, they can be an effective assist for a guy who is already working with a mental health professional. 

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01 October

We all have that famous or shiny person who we look up to, right? And hearing them speak about some of their challenges and struggles which are like ours, somehow makes us feel better.

Anxiety is a persistent form of worry, even fear.  It’s a condition that can affect not only older individuals, but young people too. In children, it can come in the form of anger, irritability, even isolation, which in some cases might disrupt school, home, or play activities.

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14 May

Discussions of PTSD aside, most men find it hard to talk about their inner feelings. This is not about those who have suffered terribly in conflict: this is about regular guys who suffer from depression and mental health issues.

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31 January

Clarke Carlisle is Looking forward to the Future after His Darkest Days of Depression

Former soccer player Clark Carlisle has spoken openly since his career ended about his battle with depression. He claims the dark place he was in led him to a drunk driving conviction and a suicide attempt.

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17 January

UK boxer Ricky Hatton recently opened up about his battle with depression and how mental illness nearly drove him to suicide on more than one occasion. According to Hatton, during the darkest moments of his disease, he’d go drinking and return home to sit in the dark holding a knife and crying.

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06 December

How the Rock Beat Depression (and How You Can, Too)

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is considered one of the toughest men in Hollywood. He gained fame wrestling in the WWE and has spent the last decade of his career playing action heroes that are recognized for their strength and determination.

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28 November

There is no denying that Ron Ellis is one of the greatest Toronto Maple Leafs to ever don the uniform.

The stats speak for themselves: a four-time NHL all-star with one Stanley Cup to his credit; one of five players to clock in more than 1000 games with the team; their number four all-time scorer with 332 goals; 11th in assists with 640; 6th in points with 640, a member of the 1972 Summit Series national team against Russia and on the roster of the Canadian team for the 1977 Ice Hockey World Championships.

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25 May

Views This Month: 5 The Healthy Ways to Treat Male College Student Depression When most people think of college, they think of a time of freedom and self-discovery on the journey to adulthood and personal growth. Unfortunately, that time in college is not as pleasant for many. In recent years, there’s been an incredible amount […]

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30 April

Views This Month: 9 An estimated 322 million people are living with symptoms of depression worldwide. In the United States alone, that translates to almost 7 percent of the adult population. On top of that, an estimated 3.2 million American adolescents suffer from the condition. While society is more open now than it ever has […]

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