We’ve seen depression in men rise during the past few decades and the “experts” can’t seem to understand why. The fact of the matter is many writers in the manosphere understand why. It’s just that the answers are typically too politically incorrect for the mainstream experts to espouse so they hem and haw around the subject, blaming it on women taking men’s jobs in the workforce or some other trivial matter.
The fact of the matter is men have lost their purpose – the chance to go out and conquer. We’re, by and large, confined to our desks, working day in and day out with little opportunity to go out and conquer something.
When I say “conquer” I don’t mean strapping on a set of plate mail, wielding a broadsword, and striding out into battle. Some men focus on conquering their bodies at the gym. Others conquer their minds with reading, writing, and meditation. Still others go out an conquer on the business front, either through rising through the ranks at a big company or by starting their own business.
It is through these acts of conquering that men find purpose and, by finding their purpose, they overcome depression.
Granted, there are other causes for depression -chemical imbalances, for example- but how many men are needlessly suffering?
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