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August 19, 2022
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Men refuse to discuss mental health for fear of being seen as a burden

According to new research only a quarter of men would openly tell their male friends if they were struggling with their mental health, with the majority preferring to make up an excuse, or give another reason. Despite 64 percent of men considering themselves good communicators, mental health is still a difficult topic to discuss with just under half (42 percent) not wanting to seem a burden to their friends. The study of 3,000 men in Britain, commissioned by Time to Change, highlights the barriers men still face when speaking openly about mental health . To tackle this, Time to Change is urging…
Men refuse to discuss mental health for fear of being seen as a burden

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