Recent research shows that men don’t experience or express anxiety in the same way as women.
One in five men—and one in three women—will have an anxiety disorder in their lifetime. But there’s a growing concern among psychologists and other medical professionals alike that those numbers don't reflect the reality for men.
Today on All Sides, understanding anxiety in men.
- Andrea Petersen, health reporter at the Wall Street Journal, author of the 2017 book “On Edge: A Journey Through Anxiety
- Michael Addis, professor of psychology, Director of the Men’s Well-Being Research Group at Clark University, Author of the 2011 "Invisible Men: Men’s Inner Lives and the Consequences of Silence"
- Terry Russell, Executive Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness Ohio