At top of a long list of gender stereotypes is a central tenet: Real men don't cry. But unfortunately such attitudes, as well as many other expectations that men feel they must live up to, can drive some to desperation.
Those are the attitudes that Daniel Coleman, Ph.D. (pictured above), is working to change. Coleman, an associate professor at the Graduate School of Social Service (GSS) with more than a decade of experience as a mental health counselor, has recently turned his focus to the area of suicide prevention.
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