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Heory of reciprocal altuism. Tonight with Trevor McDonald - Season 14 Episode 17- The Trouble with Men. Frank Bruno documentary leads BBC Three Mental Health Season - TV News. BBC Three boss Zai Bennett has revealed a lineup of new factual shows for a Mental Health Season. Bennett promised that the commissions would highlight the channel's "commitment to bold, thought-provoking programs" in the year that it celebrates its 10th anniversary. © Rex Features / Rory Gilder [BBC Three / Frank Bruno] Rachel Bruno's film about her celebrity dad Frank Bruno's battle with bipolar affective disorder is at the heart of the season of shows. Me and My Dad will feature the 26-year-old looking for the truth about her dad's illness through chats with her father and other sufferers. Inside a Teenage Mental Health Unit is a look inside the McGuinness Unit in Manchester for a year, exploring how patients and staff deal with issues such as psychosis, eating disorders, OCD and self-harm.

Photo gallery - BBC Three turns 10: Best and Worst Programs: Next. Frank Bruno documentary leads BBC Three Mental Health Season - TV News. The Disappearing Male. The Disappearing Male is about one of the most important, and least publicized, issues facing the human species: the toxic threat to the male reproductive system. The last few decades have seen steady and dramatic increases in the incidence of boys and young men suffering from genital deformities, low sperm count, sperm abnormalities and testicular cancer. At the same time, boys are now far more at risk of suffering from ADHD, autism, Tourette's syndrome, cerebral palsy, and dyslexia. The Disappearing Male takes a close and disturbing look at what many doctors and researchers now suspect are responsible for many of these problems: a class of common chemicals that are ubiquitous in our world. Found in everything from shampoo, sunglasses, meat and dairy products, carpet, cosmetics and baby bottles, they are called "hormone mimicking" or "endocrine disrupting" chemicals and they may be starting to damage the most basic building blocks of human development.

(Excerpt from cbc.ca) Frank Bruno documentary leads BBC Three Mental Health Season - TV News. BBC One - Freddie Flintoff: Hidden Side of Sport. Where are the Men? Part 1 Men's Health Documentary. Where are the Men? Part 1 Men's Health Documentary. Jezebel. Once again, ladies, gentlemen and others... The Patriarchy hurts everyone. Ugh. Even though women and trans* persons tend to have it a hell of a lot worse in our society, I really do feel sorry for cis men growing up these days. The ones just starting to come to terms with their identity. It's a fucking mess. Trans* people have it even worse, of course. ... Much love to any young men reading this and feelin' these pressures. We Need to Talk about Dad - 4oD.

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I wanted to express myself and address the type of harassment that I was personally experiencing in Philadelphia and Brooklyn. As a portrait artist I wanted to use the images of women, personal friends and colleagues of mine, to humanize women in the public spaces - giving faces and voices to the bodies that are sexualized on the street. The process behind creating this work begins by sitting down with a woman and discussing her experiences with street harassment. I now want to travel to create new work on this topic in different cities across the country. I also want to document this! Breaking A Taboo: "You Are Not Alone" Documentary Spotlights Depression Among Black Gay Men. Depressed Black Gay Men (DBGM), a non-profit organization committed to helping raise awareness of depression, will premier its latest documentary, “You Are Not Alone,” this Saturday at the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center in Washington Heights, New York.

Through the courageous sharing of personal stories, “You Are Not Alone” explores many of the underlying social factors which contribute to high rates of depression among Black gay men. “You Are Not Alone” also opens up discussions on the critical issues affecting many Black men and Black gay men who go through life hiding their depression, which can contribute to unsafe sexual activity because they are unconcerned about the consequences, elevated drug use, and even death by suicide. The documentary is a combination of powerful, heart wrenching and poignant interviews and is balanced with professional opinions provided by mental health professionals, academics and religious leaders (Christian and Islam). MEN LIKE US | Gay men, depression, anxiety and the struggle for everyday happiness. MEN LIKE US | Gay men, depression, anxiety and the struggle for everyday happiness.

The Trouble With Men. Men tend to ‘self-medicate’ rather than seeking medical help for depression, experts say. Women’s health issues often feature in the news, while men are sometimes overlooked. But Thursday night’s ITV Tonight, ‘The Trouble with Men’ explored how mental health issues affect both sexes. The documentary looked at depression in particular, and how difficult it can be for men to talk about their emotions. It asserted that there has long been a stigma attached to the disease, which, some believe, is more debilitating for men than women. Bath Rugby prop Duncan Bell suffered from depression for 10 years before seeking help. Interviewed about the disease, he told Tonight: ‘It wells up from within you. I almost get the feeling of the world closing in.. like tunnel vision.’ ‘I used to think…that depression is a weakness, and you need to smile and how hard can that be?

From a filmmaking angle, the documentary was somewhat formulaic and uninspiring. Sometimes, the production team got it very wrong. 19 Best Depression Videos of 2012. 19 Best Depression Videos of 2012. 19 Best Depression Videos of 2012. 19 Best Depression Videos of 2012. 19 Best Depression Videos of 2012. The Misunderstood Epidemic: Depression: Susan Polis Schutz: Movies & TV. Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. Amazon. Men Get Depression | The Documentary. “I did think John was depressed. It was just difficult for him to hear it and it was difficult for me to say it in a way that was effective, because clearly nagging wouldn’t be helpful.” –Claire Broome John’s Wife State of the Art, Inc. has produced an HDTV broadcast special on Men Get Depression. It is the centerpiece of a national campaign on male depression to increase awareness of depression, reduce stigma, and prevent suicide.

The campaign will culminate with its broadcast on public television beginning in May 2008 (check local listings for date and time). The documentary is dramatically structured in four acts: 1) Putting a name on it. Each act is composed of emotionally compelling scenes in which men, family members and therapists relate personal struggles with depression that in some cases had brought men to the brink of suicide. “Life seemed to rush by out of control. “I’m in the height of my career. “I’d always felt like I was walking on eggshells.