84 MEN A WEEK!

Every week in the UK, 84 men take their own lives.

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It is time to make a stand against male suicide and speak out.

Sometimes the signs are obvious that someone is feeling suicidal, but that isn’t always the case. Suicide is not a mental illness in itself but is a serious potential consequence of treatable mental disorders such as depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, post-traumatic stress, personality disorders, substance abuse and eating disorders.

Being aware of the warning signs and talking about male suicide more could really help. So, some of the signs to be aware of are:

Every threat of suicide should be taken seriously!

Talking to someone you can trust whether it’s a friend, therapist, a helpline or medical professional like your GP is vitally important, we are all here to help and not judge. We are professionally trained to be here ready to help you.

If you’re worried about someone else remember to listen, don’t judge and be compassionate….

Watch this lovely video from This Morning helping to raise awareness.

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10156437000727122

IF YOU BELIEVE SOMEONE YOU KNOW IT IN IMMEDIATE DANGER OF KILLING HIMSELF OR HERSELF:

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