Healthy Masculinity analyzes the sociocultural factors impacting the individual and provides resources and tools to help them navigate the world and pressures they are under. Learning about and exercising Healthy Masculinity prepares the individual to develop transformative and positive— romantic, familial, and platonic— relationships and supports the individual’s emotional and mental health.
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Intimate partner violence (IPV) impacts people irrespective of income level, educational attainment, and geography (Beyond Big Cities).
In response to the increase in Domestic Violence cases during the COVID-19 pandemic, Northwest Credible Messenger’s Healthy Masculinity Curriculum worked with youth on recognizing unhealthy masculinity and taught tools and language to navigate their emotions surrounding life’s pressures.