Understanding and Overcoming Depression in Men
Unlocking the Secrets of Male Depression: A Comprehensive Report

Understanding and Overcoming Depression in Men

A book that explores the masked varieties of depression in men and provides strategies for overcoming it. It emphasizes the importance of understanding childhood experiences and seeking therapy and medication. The book also highlights the role of rage and addiction in masking depression. Recommended for anyone seeking to improve their mental health and understand the struggles of depression in men.

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  • No Help for Single Men, Ignores Possible Comorbid Disabilities

    This book only seems to be written for men who have wives and children. There doesn't seem to be anything for men who are single, amicably divorced, are gay, trans, or have girlfriends. Additionally, I noticed a focus on the need for touch during childhood. But some children don't like being touched (autistic children, for example). In this case, hugging a child who doesn't like being touched would be more traumatizing than hugging the child a lot. It's important to ask children for permission when you touch them. Additionally, I didn't see anything about the relationship between depression and living with comorbid disabilities like ADHD. I didn't see anything related to trauma/depression that was sensitive to racial/ethnic background either. There's nothing about generational trauma often experienced by Indigenous people, or the trauma of living as a black man in a society that treats black men as criminals. Or the trauma of living in a forced marriage. This seems like a book mostly for white, first-world men. I think there can be some overlap in terms of toxic masculinity creating trauma and leading to depression. But there are many more root causes for depression than childhood abuse/neglect, which is what this book focuses on. This is a shame because there don't seem to be many books out there for men with depression and research seems pretty clear that men experience depression differently than women. I think there are some valuable insights here, but they are limited and a bit myopic.

    • None
    • Inclusivity and diversity in the book's content
    Dec 03, 2021
  • Helped him.

    Recommended for my boyfriend from his therapist to help cope without growing up without a father. He said it helped him get new perspectives.

    • Positive
    • Recommendation and personal experiences
    Mar 09, 2021
  • Possibly the most important non-fiction book I’ve read.

    This book is not just for men, it’s something we should all read. It’s mind blowing and extremely relevant in the world we live in right now. And it’s kind.

    • Positive
    • Validation and understanding of emotions
    Jan 05, 2021
  • Insightful and compelling

    This book makes a strong case for how depression is masked by rage and addiction. A must read for anyone trying to make sense of a troubled relationship.

    • Positive
    • Depression and its impact on relationships
    Oct 09, 2020
  • Needs to be brought up to the 21st century.


    Very dated read.

    Dad is responsible for everything.

    • Negative
    • Depression and its impact on relationships
    Apr 23, 2020
  • What a book!

    I’m going through a tough time right now and this was the perfect book to read. It opened my eyes to a lot of things and made me realize that I’m not alone in my struggles. I suggest this to everyone!

    • Positive
    • Validation and understanding of emotions
    Apr 01, 2020
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