Man Up, Man Down

Standing Up to Suicide

When we're conditioned to tell others we're fine and to man up, how do we cry or show emotion? Man Up Man Down explores what it means to be a man in today's society, and what it takes to be able to deal with a heartbreaking suicide. Les mer
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(Paperback)
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When we're conditioned to tell others we're fine and to man up, how do we cry or show emotion? Man Up Man Down explores what it means to be a man in today's society, and what it takes to be able to deal with a heartbreaking suicide.

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Paul shares his story to show others that it's OK to talk about mental health. He lost his dad to suicide, and chose to bury the grief and pain - hiding how he felt and chasing what he thought would make me happy. But after finding himself deeply depressed and struggling to deal with the loss, Paul had to get help, and began to open up. His mission is to show people that it's ok to talk about their mental health, to share his personal story and experiences and help others understand that speaking is strength. Paul has had the pleasure to be featured on the likes of GQ, Huffington Post, Sky News and Vogue.