Men can benefit from counseling too.
In my practice, I see a lot of couples for couples counseling and a lot of women for individual counseling. I would estimate that only about 15% of my practice is men who come to counseling for individual counseling.
Our society has done a diservice to men by indirectly teaching them that it is not okay to get emotional, or share their feelings. The truth is, how is a man supposed to act when his wife has cheated on him, ignored him, or put more time and investment into other things besides him.
One of the things this website provides is confidentiality. It can be a place where men can share their feeligns, and it is completely annonymous. Men, on top of coming here, counseling can also be very beneficial. Like this website, counseling is also completely confidential. Therapists are bound by law to maintain that confidentiality.
Coming to counseling does not mean that you are crazy, weak, or unintelligent as society might have you think. It actually means that you are man enough to recognize that there are some things that you cannot overcome on your own. Asking for help is not a weakness, it is a sign of strength and humility.
Men, I would love to help you in any way to find a counselor; whether that counselor is myself, or someone else. Feel free to PM me if needed.