For those needing further help, though, there are men writing about how to handle it:
Towards the end of 2010, I was trapped in the throes of one of bipolar disorder’s famous mood swings. One week I’d be high as a kite, thinking I was as mighty as the Lord in Heaven, and the next, I’d be suicidal. On one of my worst suicidal days, I found myself standing on the side of a street in the pouring rain, readying myself to jump in front of a speeding car. At that point in time, my life was a disaster. However, I managed to get through it, and come out the other side happier and healthier than I’d ever been. The tips below helped me do so, and if you follow them, I’m confident that you’ll be able to get through your own crisis too and come out thriving. Know your reason to keep on fighting.