Looking into Male Mental Health
The Looking into Male Mental Health series is designed to take a deep and insightful look into exactly what is meant by Male Mental Health. Through the series we take a look at a range of theories, stories and experiences with the intent of diving into the true effect of Male Mental Health. I do talk about some personal stories in the series that have impacted on my own Mental Health, with the goal of them being to help others in a similar position.
Blog 1: The Introduction
This blog acts as an introduction to the series, discussing what I hope to cover throughout the series.
Blog 2: Knowing Your Limits
This blog talks about people needing to know their limits and if people take on too much then eventually they crumble.
Blog 3: Help is out there
This blog discusses how even though at times it seems like there is no hope left, help is always out there.
Blog 4: Personal Experience 1
This blog is all about a bully who bullied me for around ten and a half years. I take a look at the effect it had on me as well as how I got back up again
Blog 5: The Rollercoaster Theory
This blog takes a look at The Rollercoaster Theory, a theory I created, and how it relates to Stress, Mental Health and Workloads.
Blog 6: Rebuilding the Jigsaw
This blog is about how to rebuild the jigsaw and build yourself back up again.
Blog 7: The Facts
This blog discusses the facts surrounding Male Mental Health and how worrying the whole topic really is.
Blog 8: The Stigma in Male Mental Health
This blog takes a look at the stigma surrounding Male Mental Health and how this stigma does nothing but increase the negative effects on people and needs to be changed.
Blog 9: Learning a New Language?
This blog takes a look at the self hate cycle that I made for myself when I was younger as a way of coping with everything going on
Blog 10: The Brave Face
This blog is about the mask that people put on to hide their true feelings when they are suffering.
Blog 11: Getting back up again
This blog is all about how to get back up again after you have gone through a rough patch in your life.