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British Army Nov 19
70% of men say their friends can rely on them for support, but only 48% say they rely on their friends. Men are there for their mates, but don’t ask for help for themselves. So, this , reach out,
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Jon Salmon 10h
It was great to speak this morning on Sky News about the important campaign. Find out more and how to get involved here:
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Time to Change Nov 14
You can't always tell who's struggling with their mental health. Take a moment to check in with a mate and :
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MIND 36m
Sometimes we say we're fine, when we're not. With 1 in 10 young people experiencing a mental health problem each year, not all of us are fine. So if your mate's acting differently, to really find out, ask twice.
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TTC York Nov 21
You don't have to be an expert to talk about mental health 👍
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Andrew Simpson 6h
Feel passionate in my support of this campaign as a media volunteer. I read often pleas to guys urging them to reach out when they feel low, which risks adding to an already-heavy burden. Let’s look after each other and if we’re worried about a mate 💜
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SELK Grassroots - Podcast 2h
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TTC York 11h
How are you today people of ? It is ok not to be ok and to say so when you are asked how you are doing
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Nov 18
It's . In the UK men remain 3 times as likely to take their own lives than women. Sometimes we say we're fine when we're not. So if your mate, bro, son, father, grandfather, uncle doesn't seem okay, don't forget to and remind them .
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SELK Grassroots - Podcast 5h
January Podcast slots nearly full. Need teams on the 7th and 27th January. Who's up for it? ??
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Defence Medical Services Nov 19
On we recognise the value men bring to the world, their families and communities but we want people to think too…..men cry, men get hurt, men have feelings, men have emotions, men are human too. Don’t bottle it up, don’t hide it, reach out.
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YorkMenfulness 14h
Well said Chaps, on Sunday at 1pm join us for the next 'Walk and Talk' along the river. No need to suppress emotions, come and chat in an open and support environment
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Legion Games Nov 19
Love this video from the British Army! 👏👏👏 It’s OK to ask for help 💪
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Jules Lockett Nov 21
Simply sharing... because sometimes we never truly know what someone is going through 🙏🏼
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#TimeToChangeWarrington Nov 14
It's Friday, why not take an extra second to today if you think a friend, colleague or family member may be struggling Showing an interest in people, demonstrating that you care can have huge impact on people's Fancy becoming Champion?
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Alistair Gunn 3h
Totally agree Kath, there’s no shame in tapping someone you trust on the shoulder and saying, ‘I need to talk’. Infact that act takes tremendous strength. Look out for people and ; let people know you really want to hear if the person is okay or not :)
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John Mumford #POA #UNITY #RemembranceDay Nov 14
Even if my mates say they’re fine, I will .
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John Mumford #POA #UNITY #RemembranceDay Nov 14
Prison Officers often hide mental health problems until they can no longer face entering their place of work. POA reps are there to support you as are champions. Check if your area has signed up to the TTC pledge.👍
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60 Postcards 6h
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Delphi Ellis ✨ 9h
39% of friends said that they found it hard to spot the signs when a mate wants to open up. This article from offers some great tips on what can help.
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