Throughout October 2016, we will be fundraising to Keep HeadsUpGuys Going and sharing stories of recovery and practical tips from men who have fought and overcome depression.
"Don’t feel ashamed to acknowledge that you’re dealing with depression."
About Matt Hunter:
I’m a Canadian technology entrepreneur, social activist and artist. I love nature, truth, books and great friends. During my days, I help people improve their sex lives and relationships through my platform cambyo. We share honest stories from peoples’ intimate lives and connect people with vetted sex and relationship coaches who are a great fit for them.
The major turning point was actually opening up to someone, in my case it was my mom. I silently struggled by myself for many months. She immediately told me that this was a normal thing and took me to a bookstore to buy me a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) workbook. Once I understood this was a common human occurrence and that there were solutions, I was able to get to work.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Recognizing a common human experience:
Aligning major life decisions:
Taking care of myself:
Open up to someone who can help you with this. They won’t think you’re weak, they will want to help. Suffering (especially of this kind) is a very common thing, don’t feel ashamed to acknowledge that you’re dealing with this. CBT, mindfulness and wellness can really help, at least that’s what worked for me.
– Matt Hunter, Canadian technology entrepreneur, founder of cambyo, social activist and artist, based out of Vancouver, BC, Canada.
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