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Okay, so statistically speaking, there are more women than
men who suffer from mood disorders. Having to do, maybe, with all the hormonal
shifts we go through during our lives. Yes, PMS and all of it.

But Group Beyond Blue member Luthitarian brought up a good
point on in a thread on Group Beyond Blue: where are all the guys in the
community part of Beyond Blue? I think on the blog comboxes, there are a fair
share of men expressing their opinions. But it does seem to be more women over
in the social networking site. Do women have more social needs then men? Do men
not need to chat as often?

What do you think? Weigh in here, or on Luthitarian’s thread
that you can get to by clicking here.

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