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    Question How do you take care of your mental health?

    How do you maintain your mental well-being? I am currently evaluating my lifestyle and am trying to maximize the efficacy of everything I do. Maximize happiness, minimize suffering as they say.

    Last year I got depressed so bad I slept for 3 days straight. My parents took me to a psychiatrist who put me on 40 mg of Prozac and 2.5 mg of Olanzapine. They killed my dick, and caused me to gain 20 kilos in weight. However, my depression went down from 9 out of 10 to 2 out of 10 after I started taking those meds.

    My diet is shit, still is. However, I fixed my sleep. I used to sleep 5-6 hours a day, and sleep at midnight at 3:00 AM. Now I sleep for 8-9 hours at 11:00 PM everyday. However, I still feel sleepy despite getting enough sleep because of the side effects of the antidepressant and antipsychotic I am taking.

    I can't exercise due to nagging injuries in my arm/foot (tendinopathy). MDs don't do anything besides prescribing NSAIDs. I need physical therapy but I can't afford it at the time being.

    As for my mindset, I was engulfed by black pill mindset. Not the women-won't-date-you-if-you're-not-a-chad black pill but black pills about day to day life. For example, my health is shit and a lot of it is due to genetics. Also, my socioeconomic status impedes me from being certain things and also my ethnic background causes people to stereotype me and if I go anywhere that isn't my country I will constantly have to put up with accusations of being backward and barbaric despite not partaking in any said stereotypes.

    As for hobbies, I play video games. I also recently bought a kindle and started reading on it. However I've dropped it several times already and am scared of it breaking suddenly. I can't afford replacing it.

    I've been wanting to learn a new language just for fun, maybe Spanish but my mother dissuaded from this idea because she thinks one should only learn a language they need in business/life and not learn one for leisure. She killed my motivation.

    I am also evaluating my lifestyle. I have been living on auto-pilot. I eat out everyday and it's financially taxing. I am also not studying as much as I should have. I am planning to do something about all this.

    What advice, experience and tips you got for me? Books, channels, advice, anything. Everyone that I turn to tells me that I should get a wife. When I laugh and tell them that I am MGTOW then they play the "you'll die lonely" record and all that crap.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Oof I know that feel.
    I'm a minority too that constantly feel the pressures of those negative stereotypes.

    I just try not to think too much about it to much, you are more then your ethnicity.

    for diet; don't eat greasy crap, the more non-process food you eat the better and eat roughly 1-2 times a day.

    For exercise, it more about moving your body then gymmaxxing. So pick up something fun you can do that can get you to move your body(for example I like to dance and play vr games)

    For mindset, I find what helps me is rebt emotive behavior therapy, by analysing my own thoughts and feelings and replacing them with more helpful and realistic beliefs. I find that I can put myself in a better head space. There also the treid and true stoicism

    Get to know your self and try to meet you on emotional/mental needs the best you can.

    Goodluck

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    How do you maintain your mental well-being?
    YT videos that have a feel good yet manly theme. Eg, Single guys who built their own cabins in the woods, van-life, hiking/trekking videos with breath-taking cinematography of the mountains, rivers, etc. Healing music, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    I can't exercise due to nagging injuries in my arm/foot (tendinopathy).......I need physical therapy but I can't afford it at the time being.
    Have you considered hydrotherapy? Go to a local swimming pool during off-peak periods and slowly move your limps until you build up strength. Water often has a soothing/healing effect. It is also good for your joints.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    Everyone that I turn to tells me that I should get a wife. When I laugh and tell them that I am MGTOW then they play the "you'll die lonely" record and all that crap.
    Those people are idiots. Whenever they say "you'll die lonely", reply: "then I'll die happy". Or, "I'd rather die lonely than pay alimony"

    Another way to take care of your mental health would be to get a pet. Something that you can pet & cuddle & hug (ie, not a fish or a hedgehog...lol!). Because the physical act of petting or stroking the animal's head, helps to release stress. Get something like a low-maintenance dog that is also very loyal & loving ( eg Labrador Retriever). Volunteering at a local animal shelter also might help. You get to pet the dogs & cats without actually owning one.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    First of all, Spanish is a very beautiful language and there are many countries where it is spoken. If you want to learn it, do it. Time to learn a new language and therefor get to know a new language is never wasted. My opinion on this matter comes likely from my place of birth where different languages are taught from a young age. If you are able to speak with people, the more you will understand them. And to know the people's desires and wishes gives you an advantage in business related matters.

    What you can do for your mental health is cutting off the negative things in your life, eating healthy, making sports and reading the classics. There are a variant of greek and roman philosophers and writers who gave excellent advise in their books. A good starter would be Seneca's Epistulae morales ad Lucilium. Don't worry, it sounds like rocket science but it is just a very long letter about life and ethics.

    Additionally you probably would want to establish bounderies. Learning to say "no" to people is very important. Oh, and don't take advise from your mother, you are a man and she clearly won't suffer the consequences of your decisions made by bad advise.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    How do you maintain your mental well-being?



    Consider four needs basic for human survival: Food, water, shelter, and community.


    Eat healthy. Start with minimizing sugar and processed oil consumption, for example do not eat: fried foods, candy, white bread, pasta, sugary drink, muffins, cakes, sausages, or deli meats.


    Eat whole foods. Oats, beans, barley, leafy greens, nuts, avocados, apples, bananas, wild caught fish, and hunted animals (not factory animals).


    If I am thirsty I drink water. Nearly everything else is shit.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    I eat out everyday



    Stop eating out. Prepare meals at home using high quality ingredients.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    my socioeconomic status impedes me from being certain things y



    This is bullshit. You can afford to pay people to make your meals for you and you see a psychiatrist but somehow your ‘socioeconomic status’ impedes you!? If anything is impeding you it is your weak mindset and self delusion.






    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    As for hobbies, I play video games.



    Go exercise. Start with a walk a day. You need to fucking exercise. With the money you save from not eating out buy a bicycle.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    my mother dissuaded



    Stop blaming other people, this will get you nowhere.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    When I laugh and tell them that I am MGTOW then they play the "you'll die lonely" record and all that crap.



    There is no need to tell people you are MGTOW.
    Rule #1 You do not talk about MGTOW.
    Rule #2 You do not talk about MGTOW.


    You have shelter and a community, be proper with them.


    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    I can't exercise due to nagging injuries in my arm/foot (tendinopathy).



    You also gained 20 kilos (44 lbs), you are obese. Obesity makes your tendinopathy worse or may be the cause of it. Eating unhealthy causes inflammation.


    I see someone who does not eat healthy or exercise. It is no wonder you feel like shit. You went to see a psychiatrist instead of treating the cause of your depression. The meds might work right now, however, if you do not change your DIET and EXERCISE no amount drugs will cure you.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    I have my own gym so I work out intensely every other day. I've always been a physically active individual since I was a boy. Because I was involved in various sports in college I have cultivated the discipline to turn it into a lifestyle instead of something I do to stay in shape or lose weight.

    Mindfulness meditation every day, 30 minutes every morning. I've been doing this for years and has greatly improved my state of well-being. It helps in letting go...

    I read for two hours every day, mostly philosophical works. As I develop the body I must develop the mind. I've always loved books.

    Those three daily practices have helped me tremendously in finding inner tranquility. However, I'm hesitant to suggest it to someone else. What works for me may not work for you as we are different. Years ago I remember suggesting mindful meditation to Stardusk but he said he tried it and didn't work for him. He ultimately chucks it up to some mumbo jumbo nonsense. So, yea, find your way.
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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    I play guitar, walk my dog twice a day work on my old truck run my business , meditation.

    I got a dog when I realized I was going down hill fast from my divorce. I got my own place started isolating only going out to fulfill basic needs. I did this for 3 months then woke up one day looked in the mirror knew I was at the crossroads if I continued on the path of self pity I would end up in a metal ward or worse dead.So I got a dog this forced me up every day at the crack of dawn to at least let him out to do his business. So I decided to get off my ass take the pup for a good long walk. That lead to a walk in the evenings as well. That got my ass moving on getting back to work..ect..ect snow balling into most days I am busy all day melting away those feelings of loss, regret, low self esteem all that goes with that mind set..

    That was 4 years ago now I look back thinking man I dodged one big bullet! The only person that changed ME WAS ME! Did I have help? Sure did but I did the work..

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    I have Asperger's Syndrome which is autism and I have anxiety attacks. I wake up whenever I want to, sleep whenever I want to, do what I want.

    You listen to GrnB about physical and mental health. When I found out I was autistic, my mental-health doctor put me on Risperdol which made me gain weight fast. He took me off it and tried some other medications that didn't cause weight gain, but helped control my autism disorder. Because of the weight gain, I'm spending time lifting weights in the basement gym I bought last year with an old plasma TV where I watch wrestling and man movies to help with my workouts. I just wish I had a cable weight machine, because I like that better than free weights. I eat proper foods (lots of grilled chicken, veggies, fruits, fish, frozen and fresh berries I make protein shakes, cottage cheese, strawberry yogurt) and drink milk and V8 juice low sodium. I only have 1 cheat meal a week and that is on Saturdays when my dad brings him fast food for movie night.

    Some other things I do are reading about how to run an online business, because no one will give me a chance to a working life, I'm taking unspent disability money and test out running my own supplement business soon. During the warm months, I like to bike ride 2 hours a day (however, last year I got sick whenever I went out, because it was over 90). I have a very close friend who we talk to on the phone or once in a while meet up and hang out. I like to catch up on current events and politics on FOX News. I watch movies. I like to watch old wrestling matches, and fitness videos on YouTube. I have a man cave I enjoy adding decor to.

    Life is great without the bitches.
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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Quote Originally Posted by 4lyfeman View Post
    Last year I got depressed so bad I slept for 3 days straight. My parents took me to a psychiatrist who put me on 40 mg of Prozac and 2.5 mg of Olanzapine. They killed my dick, and caused me to gain 20 kilos in weight. However, my depression went down from 9 out of 10 to 2 out of 10 after I started taking those meds.
    Vitamin D every day. Changed my life.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Eat 300 UG of LSD, and put on some music

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Like others have said, everyone's different, so what works for one may not work for another. I think this is true with just about every major facet of life. So here's what worked for me:

    I was a complete failure. Socially inept. 7th grade dropout. GED. Because I was on the verge of homelessness and had no place else to go, I joined the military at 17. Barely made it through the military with an honorable discharge and got out after my four year enlistment. That I made it this far was quite the miracle. I should have been dead at least a half-dozen times over. Worked some pretty tough labor jobs for the next few years and then BOOM. It finally hit me. Unless I made major changes, I was done for. I was starting to see guys my own age way ahead of me in every category of life - and that fucking hurt, a lot. The realization that I was a total loser hit very, very hard, which was exactly what I needed to get off my ass and finally work hard for something worthwhile. I was my own worst enemy.

    The rest is simple. Because of my hard learned/earned life lessons, when I landed an opportunity to go to college, I seized the day like my life depended on it - because it did. Given everything I'd already learned in life, I knew it was critical that all my choices be perfect, so I VERY carefully chose my degree field, knew what job I wanted long before graduation, practiced for said job long before graduation and went from a minimum wage worker to a six-figure+, highly credentialed, well respected, white collar pro. I even graduated #1 in my class. With care, even more hard work and even more attention to detail, it all got better and better from there.

    But then I fucked up and got married shortly thereafter. Luckily, I escaped nearly every consequence of divorce and even won the divorce settlement. Luck and being at the right place at the right time count a lot. My military service played heavily into my academic and career success as well. My propensity for risk taking had its place in the outcome, too.

    What does all that have to do with depression and self-loathing? Until I was able to figure out a way to make something of myself, I was one sad, self-loathing dude. But the positive mental health lift from my successful life makeover didn't last long because, by getting married, I walked straight out of the frying pan and into the fryer, which resulted in continuous mental health problems for another 12+ years. Then, after the divorce, more years of mental health struggles.

    It really wasn't until I fully internalized and accepted all of the harsh realities of life that I started to experience consistent periods of good mental health. Self-delusion was my greatest adversary. I now know for certain that what society wants me to believe in, for the most part, are at best half-truths and, at worst, complete deceptions designed to inescapably trap me. It would seem that (a) my propensity to make bad choices early on and that (b) my propensity to fall for life's illusions and enchantments were both the foundations of my frequent and consistently poor mental health.

    So, The Red Pill and MGTOW are what really led me to a consistently healthy mindset. By enabling me to see through the Matrix, both The Red Pill and MGTOW led me to my eventual, present day, decent mental health.

    That's my story. Don't know if it'll help, but I hope it does.
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    MannSplainer, that was awesome!

    Truly an inspirational post.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Realizing that nothing matters (or very little anyway) is a great way to let go of petty things that you see as important and stress over.

    As the saying goes "Life, no one gets out alive".

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    I see a lot of young men gravitating toward black pill mindsets throughout the internet and what they fail to realize like Kryptic has said is that to let go of petty things. To take it further if you truly are all in with black pill concepts then you should have an abundance mindset and a mindset geared toward not fearing outcomes if nothing truly matters.

    If you are still heavily invested into things or people then that means you are not really black pill. Which is fine but also recognize that you have to first have an internal dialogue with what you believe and who you are and where you are going. Where are you going long term like in ten years? And even better what are some short term goals like 1-3 years? Operate with a mindset of completing both short term and long term goals.

    From there you will obtain more questions than answers. But at that point you will be asking yourself what more can I do to grow as a man? Some men reach that zenith sooner or later or look for it for their entire lives.

    We can not answer that for you but mental health step 1 is accepting that you have problems that you want to solve. Talk about it, write it down and see how you can reasonable resolve these issues that makes sense to you in a way that is healthy and allows you to gain greater independence.

    Mental health breakdown really is a dependence on ideas or outcomes that are often out of your control. Letting go is the hardest thing to do as a man but it can be done and should be done for your long term sanity.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Hey, avoid women. Their not good for mental health. You have to struggle for two people. keep yourself happy.

    If your fat, and who isnt, I know I am. Read this book called "The china study" by T colin Campbell.
    Learn, apply, grow.


    I lost 30 lbs feels good. No one has noticed but i dont care because I dont care about them.
    not going to stop until Im back to normal.

    Mental health sucks for me. Depression sucks. read a book about positivity. Be positive for yourself no one else. Learn not to care about people.
    They only want to benifit from you. I was suckered into a group, that I was lead to believe, I would lead. Turns out it was a shit group, basically blaming men, all this bs about religion. I stayed to see if it would change but it didnt. More men bashing. So I left the group today.

    I made a bullshit excuse. I said my schedule changed and I left.

    I didnt get any benift from the group. I moved on. Learn that, people use you. Learn to leave them. Learn to drop them, all of them.

    Its the truth, you need to grow up, and realize, that women are manipulators, and men too. Thats why being a ghost, is the life, I'd recommend.

    Discover something new. Invent something new. Get a job you can do. Get help from a counselor. Very rarely do people help. Be aware that even people that help are manipulators.

    Life is a struggle, learn to smile when your struggling. crack jokes. My mental health is fishing. solitude. Still struggling with my marlin.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Quote Originally Posted by MannSplainer View Post
    The Red Pill and MGTOW are what really led me to a consistently healthy mindset.
    Never had mental health issues (I don't think) but the drinking myself into oblivion on a regular basis has ended (mostly) since I discovered the manosphere. I often wonder how much of modern life is contributing to the sky rocketing rates of mental health issues.

    Society bombarding young men with the constant message that if they are respectful, hardworking nice guys then they will be rewarded with a "good woman" isn't going to do their mental health any favours in the long run.

    To be completely fair, society bombarding overweight, middle aged, single mothers with the message they deserve a 6 foot, 6 pack, 6 figure man isn't doing their mental health any favours either.
    Men are becoming MGTOW by the millions, most without ever having heard the term. They are simply doing what all living organisms finding themselves in a toxic environment do. They adapt to it or remove themselves from it. Females are not liking either the adaptations or the removal.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Some thoughts on things that have helped my mental health and quality of life in general. (Sorry its more of a brain dump)

    Riding Motorcycles, its like meditation for me. I run a riding club and this is also a way for me to spend time with other men, productive time as we share the experience and help one-another when there are problems.

    I suggest you read about Stoicism.

    Stay away from politics and the news in general. It won't make you happier.

    Read. I read several books a week.

    I quit drinking. I used to be a closet drunk. Anytime I was home alone I was shit faced. The cycle of recovering and craving sucks so bad. Alcohol is poison. I needed some help (Naltrexone) to do this. PM me if you have a problem and you want to talk. (This invite is open to anyone)

    Exercise helps me a lot but I've lived a nomadic life and its been hard to fit into my schedule. Currently working on this.

    If you can have a pet, get a dog. My dog is my bestie and he does make parts of life harder but he makes most parts better.

    Spend time alone. Learn to be OK with it and enjoy it. I fucking love my solitude. I don't hear a voice for the first few hours of every day.
    Whenever I'm around family or a chick sleeps over I'm blown away with how much fucking useless talking there is.

    Have goals and work towards them. Always be striving towards something, no matter how big or small it is. We need to struggle, fail and achieve. Nobody is having the time of their life on their way up Mt Everest but they all describe it as such after the trip.

    Talk to strangers. I always feel happier when I've had a little convo with a stranger.

    Be helpful. Even if its reaching for that top rack thing and handing it to an old lady/man in the grocery store.

    Make money. Invest it smart. (I buy land and houses) Money hasn't made me one bit happier but when you have enough money saved that you don't have to worry about day to day expenses or losing your job, you can go buy anything you want at anytime, its very empowering. And guess what? Knowing I can is all I need, the more money I make the less I spend. When I was broke, I seemed to spend spend spend. Super weird.

    Manosphere/red pill stuff is important but don't take it (or anything) too seriously. Good lessons but you can get caught up in anything.

    Try to remain in the moment/fully present. This is a big one for me. Dr Dwayne Dyer has a book on Taoism thats helped me a bit, along the way. Ekhart Tole has been interesting but... IDK. Buddhism has also been interesting but as a reader I explore many topics. All contribute in some way but there's no one thing here.


    Sorry for the rambling, I hope something in there helps someone.

    /Tired.

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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    If you can afford it, take a trip to Mexico (one of the nice, tourist areas) and decompress for at least 8 days. Go to a nice Hotel in Nogales, Sonora (about 1 km from the border) and take an inexpensive room. You can usually rent a decent room for less than $50 per night and eat very cheaply. Walk through some of the marketplaces and pick up some Huarache sandals. My last Mexican Hotel vacation cost about $1000.00 (USD). $500.00 of it was spent on Premium fuel to drive 2222 miles.

    Believe me, you can have a great time for very little money and come back refreshed.
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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Captain View Post
    If you can afford it, take a trip to Mexico (one of the nice, tourist areas) and decompress for at least 8 days. Go to a nice Hotel in Nogales, Sonora (about 1 km from the border) and take an inexpensive room. You can usually rent a decent roof for less than $50 per night and eat very cheaply. Walk through some of the marketplaces and pick up some Huarache sandals. My last Mexican Hotel vacation cost about $1000.00 (USD). $500.00 of it was spent on Premium fuel to drive 2222 miles.

    Believe me, you can have a great tine for very little money and come back refreshed.
    Cozumel is nice, being it's own island crime is almost non existent, on the mainland you can't let your guard down when you're the gringo tourist, especially on the outskirts of the resorts, that's where the banditos lay and wait for a fish that swam to far. It's like the old NYC, tourists were safe around the attractions and not so safe elsewhere, now nobody's safe anywhere in NYC!

    People that say it's scary elsewhere haven't been exposed to what's here hiding in plain sight! I genuinely fear for my life anywhere on the wrong side of the tracks USA! The rustbelt has become a dangerous place! I'm likely to make it through Mexico City walking, but not NYC, Detroit, or LA!
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    Re: How do you take care of your mental health?

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Cozumel is nice, being it's own island crime is almost non existent, on the mainland you can't let your guard down when you're the gringo tourist, especially on the outskirts of the resorts, that's where the banditos lay and wait for a fish that swam to far. It's like the old NYC, tourists were safe around the attractions and not so safe elsewhere, now nobody's safe anywhere in NYC!

    People that say it's scary elsewhere haven't been exposed to what's here hiding in plain sight! I genuinely fear for my life anywhere on the wrong side of the tracks USA! The rustbelt has become a dangerous place! I'm likely to make it through Mexico City walking, but not NYC, Detroit, or LA!
    When it comes to Los Angeles, I pass through it as I would a Large Intestine (as quickly as possible). On my return from 664 (Tijuana) I stopped just 2 miles south of the Los Angeles city limits (just off Interstate 5) at the Slauson Avenue cutoff to "top off" my fuel tank. This was at about midnight on a Saturday night at the local 7-11. There was a County Deputy Sheriff inside having troubles using his charge/debit card.

    I paid in cash for my fuel and left.


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