tethr has engaged in moving conversations that have shed light on the very real experiences men go through everyday regarding their mental health. We have collected the most authentic conversations we have had on our platform on the topic of mental health that we feel everyone needs to hear. Check it out...
Mental Health is 24/7, so should your access to support be. Pods has become that immediate support for many tethr men throughout their journey. Meet the men who have been a part of pods for the past six months and learn how they have emotionally supported each other without physically meeting.
Men aged 18–44 who had daily feelings of anxiety or depression, non-Hispanic black and Hispanic men (26.4%), were deemed less likely than non-Hispanic white men (45.4%) to have used mental health treatments. These statistics implore us to take a hard look at why mental health awareness is critical among the BIPOC community. During the 2020 pandemic, any person of color who navigated through the events of the year understands that getting emotional help and support is no longer a privilege-- it’s a priority.
Emotional fitness is our ability to understand our emotions, feel them, and proactively practice self-awareness and mindfulness. tethr shares how to strengthen your emotional fitness...
Tethr has had the privilege to receive four tips from Dr. Kieran Kennedy on how to make these hard but very important conversations easier. Here's what we've learned and need to share with all of you...
In case you missed the memo, April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, and men's health charity Movember is issuing an important reminder for men to regularly schedule a time to 'Know Thy Nuts'.As we say at tethr: check em and keep em!
Two Letters Every Father Should Read contributed by tethr founders Matt Zerker and Addison Brasil
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.
Author Lark Dean Galley explores the connection between the loss of her son and father.
The origin's of tethr lie in my personal battle with anxiety, depression, and lack of connection.
Three small habits that can lead to big changes.