by Charlie Hoare - £9.99 Summersdale Publishers (2020) paperback
ISBN 13: 9781787832503 | ISBN 10: 1787832503
"A great book on how men, how all of us, can connect through vulnerability and grow together." (Russell Brand)
How often do you put on a ‘coping’ front, when in reality you’re troubled with insecurities and anxieties?
Do you find it difficult to open up about how you’re feeling?
You might be surprised to learn that you are not alone, and that many men find it challenging to talk about their worries.
From tips on how to reach out, to advice on navigating mental health issues, this volume is full of guidance on how to look out for your well-being. Topics covered include:
Anxiety and depression
Dealing with traditional gender expectations
Self-care and mindfulness methods
How to open up and communicate
Where to seek help
With personal experiences and insights, this book will improve your awareness of mental health, offer tools and techniques to enable you to manage it better, and help you to live a happier, healthier life.
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