Dr Naren Senthil Nathan joins us to talk about what makes it hard for people to talk about their feelings. He shares that the first step is acknowledging your problems and knowing that there is nothing wrong with seeking help. If you know people who are struggling, remember that they need to feel comfortable with talking about their struggles first.
[04:52] The State of Mental Health Today
[08:12] Why People Find it Hard to Ask for Help
[10:01] What Happens When People Suppress Their Issues
[12:54] Gender Differences When Asking for Help
[17:49] Why Men are More Vulnerable
[23:52] How to Practice Vulnerability
[29:08] How to Help Others
[33:31] Signs to Look Out For
[36:31] How to Help Others With Mental Health Matters Outside of Professional Help
[39:13] Naren’s Top Three Tips For Encouraging Vulnerability
[40:07] Where to Get Help
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