If you struggle with depression of any kind, you’re more likely to experience stress when it comes to dating, relationships, and sex.
It’s well-documented that natural disasters, wars and other mass traumas can lead to significant increases in population-wide psychological distress. Weeks or months of anxiety, fear, sadness and social isolation during the pandemic can also take their toll.
Whether it’s conforming with societal norms, or trying to fit into the manly stereotype, men aren’t that in touch with their emotions. 9% of men in the US experience anxiety and feelings of depression every day. This is how depression affects most men:
Figures reported show that the prevalence of depression in women is twice as much as that in men. This is a major reason why male depression is often much less talked about. Do men not face depression at all? They do; they just hide it. Depression in men is covert. While women would weep and openly express helplessness, men are conditioned differently. In most societies around the world, men are raised to meet the parameters […]