In today's fast-paced and ever-changing world, talking about mental health for men is becoming increasingly important. As societal expectations and traditional gender roles continue to evolve, it is essential to recognize and address the unique mental health challenges that men face. By encouraging open dialogue and fostering a supportive environment, we can help break down the barriers that prevent men from seeking help and accessing the resources they need to maintain their mental well-being.
As soon as we wake up, we immediately wish we were back asleep. We crave it and long for it throughout the day. We buy soft pajamas, special blankets, and agonize over how soft or firm our pillow is. When it comes down to it, we should spend a little over a third of the day asleep. In fact, most scientific studies recommend adults 18 and older get at least 7 hours of sleep per night. Despite being a basic human necessity, like water, breathing, and food, we just can’t seem to get enough of it.
In recent years, many of us have been feeling like we need to do something extra special for our earth this Earth Day.
As we look at what we can do for the earth, it’s easy to get discouraged when you read and see videos on garbage and chemical dumping, overseas rivers of trash, and massive amounts of air pollution. We see people flicking their nasty cigarette butts and litter everywhere, with no regard for the damage that they’re doing. We start to lose hope in humanity, and lose hope that our Earth will ever be the same again.