Marshall clinic to discuss men's body-image issues
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Women aren't the only ones with body-image problems, and Marshall University's Psychology Clinic plans to offer men a chance to talk about their issues.
Psychology professor Keith Beard says men, too, are bombarded with images and messages about how they should look. He says it can create stress and depression for some men that can harm self-esteem and relationships.
The sessions will last eight weeks and will be held on Tuesdays starting in March.