Class Act Radio

Cheeseburga

Class Act Radio is an internet radio produced by Cheeseburga, that feature conversations on black culture, dating/relationship lessons learned, and trending stories. Originally from New York and broadcasting live in Phoenix,Arizona, Class Act Radio highlights local arizona artists and public figures, while playing Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Soca, Afro-Beats, Dancehall and more! Tune in live every Saturday, 6pm-8pm PST (9pm-11pm EST) on RadioPhoenix.Org and comment your thoughts on the topics live on air! Studio Line to call is 602 354 8823

Class Act Radio 56 Male Mental Health & Brotherhood Bonds
Jul 31 2022
Class Act Radio 56 Male Mental Health & Brotherhood Bonds
Mental health is a hot topic of conversation. Anyone can struggle with their mental health and when it comes to male mental health, often our issues are taken out of context. Men are supposed to "suck it up" and "men don't cry." According to Mental Health America "More than 4 times as many men as women die by suicide in the U.S. In 2010, 38,364 Americans died by suicided, and over 79% of these suicides were men." Tune in as I talk about different factors that affect men's mental health and the importance of male friendships for our mental well-being.First hour features Hip Hop and R & B with the talk segment on male mental health.Second hour features Dancehall, Soca, Latin, and Afro beats and the talk segment on brotherhood bonds.Follow me on Instagram @CheeseburgerLiveMental Health ResourcesMental health is extremely important. Men tend to have a more difficult time openly speaking about their mental health than women do. Use these mental health resources for men to learn how to communicate what you are feeling about your mental state.ManTherapy.org – Therapy Resources for MenPart of a multi-agency effort, including the Colorado Office of Suicide Prevention and Cactus, Man TherapyÒ is giving men a resource they desperately need. A resource to help them with any problem that life sends their way, something to set them straight on the realities of suicide and mental health, and in the end, a tool to help put a stop to the suicide deaths of so many of our men.Get helpNational Institute of Mental Health – Men and Mental HealthWhile mental illnesses affect both men and women, the prevalence of mental illnesses in men is often lower than women. Men with mental illnesses are also less likely to have received mental health treatment than women in the past year. However, men are more likely to die by suicide than women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recognizing the signs that you or someone you love may have a mental disorder is the first step toward getting treatment. The earlier that treatment begins, the more effective it can be.Get helpMovember – Staying ConnectedIn the world of COVID-19, daily life as we’ve known it has been flipped on its head. But there are some steps we can take every day to look after ourselves and others. Our focus is to provide reliable information to guide and support us all through these turbulent times.ConnectMental Health America – Mental Health For MenMental Health America is proud to recognize June as Men’s Health Month. Check out the infographic for some quick facts about men, mental health, and mental illnesses.View the guideHeadsUpGuys – Depression in MenHealth strategies for managing and preventing depression.Heads up