Psychotherapy was originally created by men to treat women, according to Ronald Levant, former head of the American Psychological Association. Men, nonetheless, completed suicide at more than three times the rate of women. (Source: suicide statistics afsp.org).
Helping me with this topic, is author, Speaker and Award-Winning Charity Director, Mike Daligan. After years of a number of difficult relationships, Mike sought therapy and as a result, has been happily married to Gaynor for over 30 years.
See Mike's fabulous Bio Below.
Mike Daligan's Bio
Mike had an interesting life during which he has been fostered, signed into
the army at 15, married, divorced, an assistant architect, single parent, student, community activist, barman, cleaner, chef and unemployed before joining the voluntary sector. There he rescued charities from closure and made them successful, for which he received national commendations. 16 years ago he set up his own business. He has run the London Marathon twice and renovated five properties as well as having bouts of depression. Following therapy, he is now happily married, embarked on his 6th career in writing and public
speaking and about to enrol for an MA at the same university as his youngest daughter. He likes to think that he is living proof that it really is never too late as long as you persevere.