There's no denying that mental health issues affect men and women. And research indicates that mental illnesses affect women at a higher rate than men.
But when it comes to getting help, men just don't do it well.
You may be pretty familiar with the statistic: one in five Americans are living with a mental illness. That's according to the National Institute of Mental Health, which says that in 2017, that meant 46.6 million
In recent years, anxiety has taken top position over depression among our children’s behavioral health issues. Reporting of anxiety among kids 6 to 17 rose 13% in 5 years compared to depression levels,
How Do I Know if My [Parent, Child, Sibling, Friend, Co-Worker] Has a Mental Disorder?
Many people with mental health disorders and their loved ones know that May is Mental Health Month and this year marks its 70th
Summer's here, and the time is right ... for kids wondering "What am I going to do today?"
Some parents are likely already hearing words to that effect. With the school year over and thoughts of taking a break from
Depression and gender
While women are more likely to develop depression, men are less likely to seek help for their behavioral health, meaning they are more likely to go undiagnosed or untreated. Often men also