When a man explodes in anger over something seemingly small, he may appear like an idiot. But he just be anxious.
Anxiety problems can look in different in men. They are more likely to use alcohol and drugs to cope with anxiety, so what looks like a drinking problem may actually be an underlying anxiety disorder.
Aggression tends to be more socially acceptable to many men than anxiety. It is anxiety disorders, rather than depression that are strongly associated with suicide attempts. "People who are panicky and have a desire to escape a situation they perceive to be intolerable, that could be the spark to act on their suicidal thoughts" says Matthew Knock, psychology professor at Harvard.
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