Men have always been taught never to express their emotions openly and never speak up about them. This situation has made them suppress their emotions for longer, and the cycle continues from one generation to the other.
The male counterpart has always been stereotyped regarding self-expression by saying that men do not cry and speak about their issues to anyone or that they need to be strong and tough-hearted for their families to look upto them.
Such words make men the most vulnerable category to face mental health concerns and stereotype them brutally.
Our mental health affects how we think, feel and act. And sometimes, we’re not completely ok – and that’s fine. Talk to a counsellor to reclaim your emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.
Mental wellbeing for all
Disclaimer: According to an individual’s case severity, the sessions might vary.