Mental Health

The Ethics of Violence: Why Trauma Doesn’t Excuse Brutality

In a 1984 conversation, the notable black author and social critic, James Baldwin, and black feminist writer and poet, Audre …

What Mad Men Taught Us About Trauma, Shame and Recovery

Don Draper was a survivor of childhood trauma. But, when we first met Don, the protagonist of the acclaimed television …

It’s Not Always Depression, Sometimes It’s Shame

How can it be that a seemingly depressed person, one who shows clinical symptoms, doesn’t respond to antidepressants or psychotherapy? …

Men and Intimacy: How Do Our Families Shape Us?

“The need for love and intimacy is a fundamental human need, as primal as the need for food, water, and …

The Unattainable Standard For Men

Picture a twenty-four-year-old adorable, intelligent but anxious and insecure young man. Joe, as I will call him, often feels frightened. …

Man Up…

When I was eight years old, my father stood with his hand upon my shoulder. He told me that I …

Let’s Get Men Talking About Suicide

Male suicide is one of the greatest problems of our time and yet one of the least talked about topics. …

Life as a guy living with PTSD, Anxiety, and Dissociation from a history of childhood sexual abuse.

Living with a history of childhood sexual abuse as a guy is not something many are willing to talk about. …

Emotion and attachment: boys and man-boys

Once upon a time, there was a boy whose mother fell ill the day he was born. She got what …

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