Many famous people have opened up about their struggles with depression. Athletes like Terry Bradshaw, Barrett Robbins and David Feherty have all discussed their depression. Other notable men such as Harrison Ford, Marlon Brando and Jim Carrey have come forward. But what about regular guys dealing with depression?
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Face It Foundation: Rick Rypien's death gives depression in hockey a face; now, it's time for change
Three months, 3,200 miles, 20 states, 39 events. The number of lives changed by the work of Face It Foundation? Countless. The Face It Foundation launched a nation-wide bike tour of the U.S. during the summer of 2011, spreading awareness and promoting discussions about men living with depression.
Face It Foundation: Working with men to understand and overcome depression
Alarmingly more than 38,000 people in the United States died by suicide in 2010. Of these tragic deaths more than 30,000 were attributed to men. The leading cause? Untreated depression. In 2010, The Face It Foundation was launched by Minneapolis residents Mark Meier and Bill Dehkes to raise awareness about the unique needs of men with depression and to bring to life innovative solutions to help men with depression.
Face It Foundation: Depression impacts millions of Americans each year
In today’s environment when a man admits he is depressed he is admitting he is “weak,” “not in control of his emotions” and not a “real” man. Lost in these assertions are these basic facts; men get depressed, they frequently ignore or don’t recognize their depression, they often refuse any help once confronted with depression, and they represent a disproportionate number of suicides due to untreated depression.
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