Follow the links below to connect with valuable resources about men’s heath and well-being. We hope these readings might provide insight and promote conversation.
This course gives you the permission to take care of yourself by learning the skills to manage stress and optimize wellbeing.
The Resilience Project combines personal storytelling, events, programs, and academic skills coaching to motivate and support you as you experience the setbacks that are a normal part of a rigorous education. We help you learn from failure and hope to instill a sense of belonging and bravery. Our goal is to help change the perception of failure from something to be avoided at all costs, to something that has meaning, purpose, and value.
If you'd like to become more resilient, consider these tips! Becoming more resilient takes time and practice. If you don't feel you're making progress — or you don't know where to start — consider talking to a mental health provider. With guidance, you can improve your resiliency and mental well-being. Check out the Western Washington University's Counseling Center. Read about the Movember Movement in the United States
Research aims to understand why men are less likely than women to seek mental health help, and what psychologists can do to change that.