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Men's Mental Health: The Early Years

We have the highest youth suicide rate in the developed world and men outnumber women four to one. There is no denying Kiwi men are hurting but where does it all begin? Comedian Cori Gonzalez-Macuer explores how we raise our boys can have a lasting impact.

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  1. Bit off topic but New Zealand looks like such a beautiful country. Great documentary, it's important to raise awareness.

  2. I wanna see more of these

  3. If you or anyone that you know needs support or help within their mental health or if they want to learn a bit more without approaching someone for help .. visit http://www.mhmhonline.co.uk. Its ok to not be ok, but it's not ok to stay that way…
    You can also follow us on Instagram under @menshelpformentalhealth

  4. Beautiful stuff, Attitude.

  5. This is brilliant. Thank you for making it.

  6. I like to think at the end that’s some random kid he picks up and just off screen there’s a mother calling the police

  7. This video is so brave and needed.. THE BIGGEST KILLER OF MALES IN THE UK AGED 21-45 IS SUICIDE and mental health is such a problem in society!
    That is why I am swimming the channel this august!
    Facebook/Just Giving Jackswimsthechannel 🙂
    I do talks every tuesday on mental health on my channel we need to take mental health seriously!

  8. Seriously though…. Enough of that feminist bullshit calling masculinity toxic… makes me loose respect for documentaries like this… there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with "masculine culture" or males…. it's literally just called "raising awareness of mental health issues/illnesses" plenty of feminine females contribute to male suicide and the bullying of such people so masculinity has absolutely NOTHING to do with ANYTHING.

  9. I've found that even the smallest thing's that people said ended up having a MASSIVE effect on me personally in my adult life. I was the type of kid who literally didn't care about bullies or people calling me names, went through school without having friends or caring what anyone thought… Then as i got older (I am now 26) all the things people had said back then are coming back and it's painful… I see that I'm worthless, undesirable, ugly etc and I have no one. Words do cause permanent emotional damage even if we don't feel it at the time…. I can't wait for the day I die or am brave enough to take my own life. I have nothing and I'll never be worth anything to anyone or anything.

  10. This is amazing, thank you so much for this!

  11. Subject matter aside, the cinematography in this is great.

  12. Those young kids in the documentary are extremely smart and aware.

  13. What a beautiful documentary. And on a completely superficial level, William is one gorgeous man.

  14. All of this needed to be said; thank you.

  15. It's fantastic to see how aware our children are and gives me hope in the next generation

  16. This is amazing. Thanks for making it guys.

  17. Thanks for making this and sharing these stories with us Cory!

  18. You made an error. New Zealand has the highest suicide rate in the developed world. The ratio of male to female is 3:1

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