Some men face stigma when trying to pursue mental health care

Men are more likely to die from suicide than women according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Some men face stigma when trying to pursue mental health care
Justine Hernandez / Photo Courtesy of Coffee Hip Hop & Mental Health
Some men face stigma when trying to pursue mental health care
Justine Hernandez / Photo Courtesy of Coffee Hip Hop & Mental Health

Some men face stigma when trying to pursue mental health care

Men are more likely to die from suicide than women according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Experts say societal expectations of masculinity often lead to men not seeking the help they need, or not recognizing that they need help. Reset checks in with a local activist about the work he is doing to reduce the stigma around mental health and to normalize therapy.

GUEST: Christopher LeMark, founder of Coffee, Hip Hop and Mental Health