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19 January

While mental health as a whole is becoming a more widely discussed subject, certain topics are not as openly acknowledged.

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04 December

Mental illness can affect anyone from any walk of life, regardless of gender, age, income, or any other factor. However, some disorders tend to affect men at a higher incidence rate than women.

According to the American Psychological Association and based on what we at The Men’s List hear about men and women experiencing mental health issues, these three disorders affect more men than women.

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13 March

Therapy is where men can learn how to assess and treat their mental health with expert tools and guidance.

Diagnosed mental illness is common in today’s world. Approximately one in every eight men have been diagnosed with common mental illnesses, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, and anxiety. But despite higher rates of diagnoses, many men are still going untreated.

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