Iam building a religion
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Leading a cult in the forests of Eastern Central N.J.
according to statistics its far more common in women which i think is a little inaccurate. but statistics are based on numbers. those numbers represent people. people are then broken down into gender. men are NOTORIOUS for being in denial of having problems due to the weakness label it carries. with there masculinity in the crosshairs men will avoid anything that has to do with help or treatment. since people mean numbers and the numbers mean statistics the accuracy of those statistics can only be based on who is physically presented themselves for treatment. looking at the statistics on women and men who have anxiety disorders may make you feel bad about yourself as a man but you want to know where that deficit in men with anxiety disorders can be found ? look up the statistics on men with alcohol or drug addiction problems. thats where you will find em. and even then like i said earlier a huge bunch of men will still be in denial so that statistic will not be very accurate as well. i also speak from experience. not as an addict but sitting around people for some time and seeing all the performances that men do to try to hold on to there masculinity while dealing with emotional life disturbing psych issues.
" Dad died and I slipped in a coma, I was awake but I listened to no one. I was distant, I was pissed off, I was the last living Christoff, and I was angry with the other side of my window. A side that I wasnt built for. A side that I wasnt fit for. Convinced I was better off indoors, untill my pills run out and my killed buzz makes me sick till I refill my script up "
Derek Christoff a.k.a D-Sisive