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Silence Strengthens Impact of Depression Among Men

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Silence Strengthens Impact of Depression Among Men

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Silence Strengthens Impact of Depression Among Men

Silence Strengthens Impact of Depression Among Men

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Men's Fitness magazine tackles a sensitive subject that is not often discussed: depression and men.

In this week's Behind Closed Doors segment, Chris Strauss of Men's Fitness, mental health writer John Head, and Nathaniel Reynolds, who suffered from depression, explain why depression seems to be rising among men, and why it can be challenging for men, especially black men, to accept help.

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Understanding and Overcoming Depression in Black Men

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