Non-aggressive men may become more aggressive and hostile. Depression in men can have a negative impact on family life, career performance, and social functioning, with primary relationships suffering the most. Or, you may enlist the help of a family member who has his ear.First, if you notice that a man you care about is depressed, don't beat him over the head with your observations; be careful how you approach the subject, or you may make your relationship problems worse. Third, try to get him to see his doctor (or yours), and encourage him to talk to his doctor about his depressed feelings (maybe he needs to go for other reasons, too).
You might try sharing your concern with him, mentioning that you have noticed one or two of his symptoms, or discussing the signs of depression you’ve noticed. and see if you can get him to open up about how he's feeling. The physician can make a referral for counseling or prescribe helpful anti-depressant medication, ensuring he’ll get the depression help he needs.
Fourth, sometimes we men need a little prodding (and pampering).
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Depression has been thought of as mostly a problem for women, but now we know that depression affects men, too. Thus, depression is a condition that must be recognized and treated for men to be their happiest and to function on their highest level. Men who are depressed may suddenly become irritable and quick to anger. Some depressed men may begin to abuse alcohol or drugs, or turn to food for comfort, although some may eat less. Some men may react to their depression by feeling embarrassed or ashamed, thus avoiding the issue. As a result of societal conditioning, with their friends, unlike women, who tend to get support from other women, and express their feelings more readily.