Men And Depression by Theresa Francis-Cheung & Robin Grey
Date Released
153 x 234mm

Out Of Print

Other Titles by Theresa Francis-Cheung & Robin Grey

What to Do When the Man You care About is Depressed.

Men are much less likely than women to seek help when they're depressed, all to often seeking oblivion through alcohol or workaholism. High rates of suicide make this an issue of vital importance. This guide offers help to men and those close to them.

Men are less likely than women to talk about their feelings of despair or seek help from doctors. The stigma of depression is keenly felt, often considered to be shameful and "unmanly" - how can he admit to suffering if he needs to be the "rock" and provider. As a result the crisis can exist, largely unrecognised and unacknowledged by the men who suffer and by those who live or work with them.

Written by a health writer who has experienced caring for a partner with depression and a psychologist who offers excellent case histories and advice, this book contains everything the partner, friend or family member needs to know to help the sufferer and help themselves.
Publication Date:
27 / 03 / 2002
153 x 234mm

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