Masculinity, Anxiety, and Depression
Charlie Scaturro

I’m glad you wrote this. We need more men talking about what it means to be a man. There is a lot of writing about all the things men do ‘to’ other people and how men need to ‘change’, yet very little conversation about the definition of a man, why men behave the way they do, what beliefs need to change for men to feel comfortable behaving differently. I believe the world is mostly filled with really good, competent, caring, well-meaning men . . . . who haven’t learned how to step beyond the message the world is giving them in order to be and feel who they really are. 

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