Veteran Mental Health Services Will See Increase In Those Seeking Treatment

The United States Department of Veteran Affairs had been preparing for an increase in mental health services. Our country is nearing the 20-year marker of the 9/11 attacks. It comes as veterans are grappling with the collapse of the Afghanistan government. “It’s kind of disturbing to watch it,” said veteran Rick Murillo. He spent 11Continue reading “Veteran Mental Health Services Will See Increase In Those Seeking Treatment”

Kenyan Man Comes To Terms With Mental Health And Manhood

For 12 years, Edwin Mburu battled with alcohol addiction. His first sip was in 2003 soon after finishing his Form Four from Murang’a High School – just for fun. For a dozen years later, the alcohol became the regimen he could not do without. Without it, he felt hopeless and empty. Relatives and friends couldContinue reading “Kenyan Man Comes To Terms With Mental Health And Manhood”

Watch Mike Tyson, Wayne Brady On Traumatic Childhoods and Fatherhood: 11 Ways You Can Be A More Involved Dad

Involved Dads are Key to Preventing Childhood Trauma An “adverse childhood experience” (ACE) is an experience or event in a child’s life that creates trauma and, accordingly, leads to a negative outcome during childhood or later in life. Many children experience multiple ACEs. One in 10 children, for example, experience three or more ACEs. TheseContinue reading “Watch Mike Tyson, Wayne Brady On Traumatic Childhoods and Fatherhood: 11 Ways You Can Be A More Involved Dad”

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Better Eating Means Better Sleeping

Whether it’s a jolt after a cup of coffee or drowsiness after Thanksgiving dinner, most people have personally experienced how food and drinks can affect their energy and alertness. With as many as 35% of American adults suffering from symptoms of insomnia, it’s understandable that there’s a strong desire to take advantage of food and drinksContinue reading “Better Eating Means Better Sleeping”

Myths and Facts About Male Sexual Abuse

Today Charles discusses some of his own professional and personal experiences with sexual abuse, other victims and offenders along with myths surrounding it and how assault of boys and men can be serious obstacles to understanding and healing. It’s important to learn how wrong they are.  Researchers have found that at least 1 in 6Continue reading “Myths and Facts About Male Sexual Abuse”

Gold Medalist Adam Peaty Got Ripped On Twitter For Addressing His Mental Health. Here is what he had to say:

Peaty, who has won two golds and a silver at Tokyo 2020, including retaining his men’s 100m breaststroke said athletes were under “huge amounts” of pressure and that he had “averaged two weeks off a year for the last seven years.” The swimmer announced he would take a month off for a mental and physicalContinue reading “Gold Medalist Adam Peaty Got Ripped On Twitter For Addressing His Mental Health. Here is what he had to say:”

What Does A Man Need From His Spouse?

Wendy Williams is well versed in sparking outrage from fans with her scathing insults and put-downs, the most recent being her blasts of actress Tabitha Brown’s marriage. Likening Brown’s life to her’s with ex-husband Kevin Hunter, she told the audience, “I was married to one of those, ‘I make the money!’ and so on andContinue reading “What Does A Man Need From His Spouse?”