Depression in Men - A Woman's Guide to Her Man's Interior World

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Depression in Men - A Woman's Guide to Her Man's Interior World

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King David was called ‘a man after God’s own heart’, and it is quite clear from his words in this Psalm that he struggled with some very dark emotions.  He was likely depressed at many junctures of his life. 

However, David, unlike the majority of men in our modern age, had the freedom to feel the way he did.  He had the liberty to write poetry and song to express his despair.  Our men, by and large, do not have this freedom. 

It’s not “manly.” 

Not only is it often considered weakness to express difficult emotions, most men grow up without ever being given the language with which to do it.

No words means silence.  Silence means suffering. 

And a suffering man isn’t an isolated phenomenon.  When he’s depressed, it affects the entire family.  It’s often the wife who cries out for help first.

In this free guide, you’ll discover why depression in men usually looks different than depression in women, how to spot it, and what to do when you think your man is struggling with it.