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Frederick Joseph
To all of us men who suffer from anxiety, PTSD, depression, suicidal thoughts/actions, loneliness, and all of the things that many tell us to “man up” about — it’s okay to need help. It’s okay to be hurt. You’re seen and you’re loved.
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Ibk Nov 19
Replying to @FredTJoseph
I think the real meaning of "man up" has been distorted. Man up doesn't mean to toughen up & keep quiet. Rather to grow the courage to face your problems and not shy away from them. Not deny them. Manning up indicates a will to face a challenge regardless of its difficulty.
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Balazs Tomics Nov 19
Replying to @ibkife1 @FredTJoseph
Well said.
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Brandon ♥️'s FF7R. 😭😭 Nov 19
Replying to @FredTJoseph
Manning up is growing the courage to beat the idiotic comments about how therapy is for the weak
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Daniel Heithorn | #PowerYourDreams & #StayAtHome Nov 19
Replying to @FredTJoseph
Problem is, only those who are suffering as well, are able to completely understand you. My family tries to show empathy but don't realize how I sometimes struggle to complete easy daily tasks.
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Harryw007 Nov 19
Replying to @FredTJoseph
I find this day really important as I have anxiety myself and I did not even realise it for like 2 years until I went to my doctor about something totally unrelated - it can literally affect anyone of us.
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Raven Phoenix Nov 19
Yes, it is very much okay & we are here if you ever need to reach out! We will never judge or criticize you for it. We will support and help! We stand with you! ❤❤❤❤
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Dizzy Dazz Nov 19
Replying to @FredTJoseph
Suffer with all the problems, tried self medication, hiding it from others and myself but things just got worse, started counselling and just talking bi-weekly has dramatically improved my life, it's not a cure but it's made me feel the best I've been for years.
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(RIP NIMBLZ) Pothole TV Nov 19
Replying to @FredTJoseph
I specifically hate people who think that you can't be depressed if you aren't a minority.
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