To all Mothers, Sisters, Brothers, Wives and Partners
Date: Thursday 07 Jan 2021
If you are supporting or are concerned about a man in your life with regards to his mental health and wellbeing
Our free coaching service can be used by you to ask and seek advice on the best and most practical way for you to support a man in your life.
8am to 8pm Mon to Fri (excluding bank holidays),
Private, Anonymous, Confidential and Free
With the uncertain times ahead preparation is everything
Brothers download here: https://brothersinarms.thrive.uk.com/
Sisters download here: https://sistersinarms.thrive.uk.com
It can feel like drowning
When mental health issues take hold, it often feels like drowning. It takes all of your effort to stay afloat, and it’s often impossible to shout for help.
This is especially true for men.
It’s even possible for loved ones to be right there watching the drowning occur. It’s scary, difficult, and confusing for them because they often want to help and don’t know how.
Men’s mental health has been statistically declining, with suicide rates towering over those of women. It’s clear that men are struggling now more than ever.
Thankfully, there’s a movement to help men learn they don’t have to struggle alone.
They can reach out, they can find a therapist, a men’s group, or a good friend. Help is now more available, and many people are fighting the old male stigmas and stereotypes.
Still, many men can’t or don’t know how to ask for help.
From the perspective of a parent, partner, sibling, or friend, it’s incredibly hard to know how to effectively approach and support a man who’s hurting and struggling.
Many people are in this position. If this is you, know that you’re not alone.
Showing up for men in need Society is changing, and we can come together to learn how to better support men.
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