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  1. The five ways to wellbeing

    21/05/20

    Five tried and tested ways to feel better right now. There is good evidence that five specific things can make a big difference to someone’s sense of wellbeing. They’re called the Five Ways To Wellbeing. The Five Ways are valuable in their own right. They ... More

  2. Anxiety FAQs

    21/05/20

    When should we start worrying about how much we're worrying? Everybody feels anxious from time to time- a little worried, a bit uneasy. Usually fretting about the future. Exam nerves. A job interview. Catching a train. However, sometimes the anxiety ... More

  3. FAQ - Staying at home FAQs

    19/05/20

    Covid-19: every man’s guide to the great indoors If you’re spending a lot of time indoors, there's no need to go mad. Check out our guide to staying at home successfully. Whether you’re self-isolating or social-distancing, we hope you’ll find somethi ... More

  4. 'I've lost Nine friends to the pandemic'

    14/05/20

    John is philosophical about death but says Covid-19 and social distancing have taken away more than just people. I know nine people who have died from Covid, three were close. I was waking up everyday and someone I knew had gone. My late mum used to start ... More

  5. My experience is…

    29/06/20

    Covid stories: the real people behind the headlines. Interviews with men and women who have seen the  impact of Covid-19. PATIENT-  Lennie: 'I went from a mild breathing difficulty to 100% oxygen overnight'  NURSE-  A nurse practitioner describe ... More

  6. Lennie: I went from a mild breathing difficulty to 100% oxygen overnight

    12/05/20

    Lennie is an IT instructor from London. He’s had Covid-19. I didn’t realise I had Covid-19. I had none of the main symptoms. No cough or fever. Just a scratchy throat. I was training at Liverpool Street. I remember feeling a bit weak, struggling to carry ... More

  7. 'I can’t be violent, I’m a vegetarian'

    07/05/20

    The helpline teams on the domestic abuse frontline during the Covid-19 pandemic. Domestic abuse has increased during the Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ and men on both sides are affected. Generally, women are twice as likely to experience domestic abuse as men (abou ... More

  8. FAQ - FAQs: Living with Covid - 19

    03/08/20

    How can we reduce the impact of the coronavirus Covid-19? (Updated 3rd August 2020) Different governments and councils in the UK are now saying and doing different things and giving different advice and guidance on the coronavirus Covid-19. We're als ... More

  9. Covid - 19: Honest communications

    04/05/20

    We need clear, frank targeted communication both on Covid-19 and the measures taken to tackle it. Since the Covid-19 pandemic began earlier this year, the Forum has been urging government and others to communicate directly with men with clear targeted age ... More

  10. Covid - 19: More Research

    04/05/20

    We need more gender-sensitive research into both Covid-19 and the measures taken to tackle it. Research Men's increased BIOLOGICAL risk from Covid-19 Our own fault? Covid-19 and men's BEHAVIOUR and attitudes Our men and Covid-19 webinar in full ... More

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