- The idea of modern day masculinity stresses achievement and success in the workplace.
- Less social support
- Socially unacceptable to share feelings or problems, seen as weakness.
- The relationship between experienced workplace aggression and decreased well-being is stronger for men than women.
- Men who report work aggression are more likely to experience physical, psychosocial, affective, and cognitive problems.
- It's harder and takes longer for men to recover from a breakup than it is for women. Women retain their attractiveness to males regardless of the emotional state they are in, allowing them to get validation from other males more easily. Whereas men have radars conspicuously placed on their forehead that tells females that they are suffering emotional or have low self esteem, making them unattractive.
- Although females experience depression twice as often as do males, males seek and receive treatment for mental disorders less, intensifying and prolonging the suffering.