Although stress impacts everyone, men are particularly vulnerable. According to social scientist Dr. Thomas Joiner, “Males experience higher mortality rates than females at all stages of life from conception to old age.”
In my recent interview on male stress with Johanna Wildoak on the radio station KZYX, we discuss the stresses men and women face — personal, interpersonal, and planetary.
We talk about simple yet effective practices to stop the stress that shortens lives and destroys relationships. I offer tools to address the most pressing problems men face today including: Irritable Male Syndrome, male depression, chronic pain, sexual dysfunction, loss of desire, male menopause, age-related issues and the stresses related to our economic and ecological transition.
It is an engaging interview. You can listen here. (When you click the link you will see my picture, underneath is a “play” button. Make sure you click that to listen.)
Enjoy the interview and please share your questions and comments.
If you like this interview you may enjoy this post on 3 Little Known Stressors that are Killing Men
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