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You have completely missed her point, then. I saw no stigmatizing there, merely an observation of facts about what it tends to take currently for a man to seek psychiatric help of any kind.

It works quite well to highlight that currently the only ones seeking help are a) those who really have no other option and b) Those who have quit trying to be what society expects them to be (ie, Gays)

There’s no conflict with this observation and hoping more men would seek therapy. Frankly, I agree with her, 99% of men would see their quality of life improve if they got some therapy. It helps a lot when you learn to stop tripping on your own (mental) toes.

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