Men Experience Abortions, Too. Why Don’t We Talk About It?

Masculinity—a coarse and not particularly helpful term—doesn't exactly lend itself to introspection, discussing feelings, or even feeling those feelings. At least not traditionally. But masculinity, whatever it is, does seem to be evolving. All across the culture, men are speaking out about their own experiences struggling with mental-health problems. Kid Cudi has talked about going to therapy. Rob Delaney has blogged about depression. Ryan Reynolds opened up about anxiety. And now athletes, our paragons of ab-rippling masculinity, have started opening up too, proving that even if your body is in peak performance mode, you still have to pay attention to what's going on in your head. Kevin Love wrote about a mid-game panic attack. Michael Phelps became the face of Talkspace, an online and mobile therapy platform. Metta World Peace has been a vocal advocate for athletes and others focusing on their mental health. It makes sense. We all know the basics of keeping our bodies intact. So why is it that we have no clue about how to take care of our brains?

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