Depression and Men

“There’s just a lot of stigma around men seeking help for any kinds of mental health problems as well as physical issues. While women have traditionally been diagnosed with depression 2-3 times more often then men, men are committing suicide at rates of 4-6 times more often,” says Dr. Aaron Rochlen an educational psychology professor in the College of Education at UT. Dr. Rochlen’s research focuses on men’s mental and emotional wellbeing. Here, he explains how depression is different for men than it is for women and what can happen if men don’t get the help they need.

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