Northern blokes like me aren’t supposed to get therapy – but it changed my life

“A new poll suggests that Northern men are far less likely to try therapy than those in the South, but is this just playing to stereotypes?”

This article by James Brown appears in The Daily Telegraph. It begins:

“When I think about growing up in Yorkshire I think about fish and chips, Leeds United, cricketers like David Bairstow who sadly later took his own life, of playing football on terraced streets, fear of the Yorkshire Ripper, watching James Herriot on All Creatures Great and Small, and rainy holidays on the coast. I don’t think about therapy. I don’t remember anyone discussing their feelings …”

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