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Sep 21

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Share Your Stories

Telling someone to man up can result in a man down. By sharing stories and not judging each other we can reduce shame and isolation.

Those of us who have experienced mental health problems or supported friends, colleagues or loved ones, can make a big difference by speaking out.

It might be 2019, but there are sadly still a lot of myths surrounding mental health. These misunderstandings can cause people to feel ashamed which can lead to isolation and worsening of mental health problems. Let’s all play a part in changing these perceptions by sharing true stories.

Share Your Story

 

Foz’s Story
‘We Never Thought Suicide Could Happen To Someone Like Foz’

Scott’s Story 
I Would Have Given My Right Arm For Someone To Speak To About My Problems

Alan’s Story
I Tried To Drink My Mental Health Problems Away

Davy’s Story
I Was Too Proud To Acknowledge My Mental Health Problems

Les’ Story
I Started Football Coaching To Help Deal With My Depression

Ian’s Story
LGBT+ Awareness In Schools Would Have Stopped Me Feeling Suicidal At 14