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Arbitrary to logic, unique to you.
I strongly believe that we as the current generation of men are the only ones with the ability to start this rolling ball of change. Our fathers won’t do shit to that effect, we can say that for a fact. We need to open up ourselves and leave ourselves vulnerable to our nuclear family or close circle of male friends. We need to show them that a man can still be a man despite asking for help from a fellow man. We need to instill this into our kids as well and the best way to do it is through our example as their parents.
Women for the most part talk and have talked for ages it has become labelled as woman nature to talk.
You’re thinking in the right direction which is a good starting point for most. On a few points though I feel in my opinion you have it twisted. One, mental health isn’t comparable to physical health (unless it’s a condition you inherited from your parents like HIV) because physical health related issues have an end while the only end to mental health issues is death. All that can ever possibly happen is that the situation is contained and monitored, you know, like corruption – it will be ignorance on one’s part to think there will be an end to it. Two, shoving drugs down someone’s throat in attempt to contain their thoughts is only effective in the worst case scenario for some mental illnesses like schizophrenia. Most other mental illnesses require an outward projection of one’s thoughts on a regular basis, as regular as required. This is why it would be really hard to have a mobile mental health clinic – it would only help so many people and the rest would be left feeling left out because, TIME. But yes, we do need to create and spread awareness on mental health and the different kinds there are out there. We also need to eradicate this ignorance that there can be a one size fits all solution for mental health (diabetes type one and type two are not treated the same way and that’s one disease with only two branches). So thank you for speaking up.
In my opinion I believe the curriculum is a long way from being relevant if ever. At worst it’s totally defunct. The focus has always been on grilling and teaching students to memorize and remember information rather than understand the information’ It’s an exam based learning system where you’re graded on how close you can come to quoting the textbook. There literally is no practicality in it and there’s even less flexibility. It’s becoming ever ingrained in students that the purpose of education is to give you better odds at getting a job and that’s what they stick to. This is why you get a good chunk of them staying home after graduating even though there’s a plethora of things they could do in their field of expertise or other fields if they sent themselves out there and focused on creating their own employment.