This guest blog post is an exploration of the connection between caffeine and coffee by Coach Kyle Rushton. It is a peer share and does not contain medical advice.
The purpose of Men’s Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. tethr has developed our own list of 7 commitments you can make for mental health during #MensHealthWeek...
Father's day is coming up quickly and finding the perfect gift can be challenging. So as per usual, tethr has your back. We have come up with five of the best gift ideas for Father's Day so that you don't have to. Check them out.
Pods is an experience of peer enabled learning led by a Master Men’s coach that allows you to find purpose in your life and build connected friendships with other guys who ‘get it’. Here's what men are saying about it...
Being a Man is not just about how much you can bench press anymore, check out this week’s blog to learn five characteristics of a Modern Man
Wondering how to take action on mental health action day? Zeke Thomas shows us how to DO mental health action day and shares four ways we can make mental health more than a hashtag
“Sharing your story is exposing the part of you that the world doesn’t normally see, in essence, it IS making yourself naked. But given the proper context and space, naked can be beautiful”.
In case you missed the memo, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. At tethr, mental health awareness month is more than just a hashtag. Find specific resources to help support you through your mental health journey year round.
Dr Priya Chagan shares insight on 4 Simple Steps to Move More and Feel Good.
"Your past is no indication of what's possible for YOU! It is important to create an opportunity to change your outlook - get outside and move your body."
"Asking for support may make you feel vulnerable or uncomfortable, but once you're able to admit that something is out of alignment, you empower yourself to make a different decision."
"Men need to build their band of brothers for support and accountability. Connection and relationships require vulnerability."
"You have every right to be feeling what you're feeling, be kind to yourself and seek support, all we need sometimes is permission."
"I'm not above, or below, anyone, I'm always right beside you."
"Take this time to truly understand what makes you feel valued and gives you purpose - this will be the pathway to support and recovery now and the next time."
"Love yourself, love every bit of you and also love the parts that are hurting."
"No matter what people think their limitations are, they are almost always fabricated by the mind."