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Dale Horth climbed to the top of the logging industry-and just as fast, it was all taken away. In his silent battle against depression, he drank, did drugs, and slept whole days away. The hyper-masculine culture of his industry meant that he was hardwired against anything spiritual. Rehab and therapy were 'hippie shit,' and only the weak needed help. It took great strength for Dale to break out of that cycle, but he found the courage to seek recovery and rebuild his life. So many men are taught not to reach out, not to seek help. Why Men Suffer in Silence: A Story of Hope and Recovery is the true story of one man's journey through PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Full of real tips and techniques for overcoming and prevailing against mental health challenges, it shows the reader that there is hope for us all.
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About the Author
Dale Horth worked for many years in the logging industry in British Columbia, Canada. His battle with PTSD, anxiety, and depression has taken him to hell and back. But after several suicide attempts and a successful recovery program, Dale is now being retrained in Occupational Health Safety Administration. As a Certified Registered Safety Professional, he knows that this book will be a great conversation starter. He hopes it will inspire others not to give up.Horth lives in Squamish B.C., in his house with two dogs, the Rottweiler TaTanka a and a Shiatzu named Remington.