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danny sculthorpe Jun 7
Could one friend please copy and repost? I am trying to demonstrate that someone is always listening. πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š It only takes one person to make a life & death difference.......☝️ Reply "Done" and RT when you've participated.
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Dr Carl Austin-Behan 🐝 Jul 3
It’s so easy to put on a front. We need to get behind the mask. -
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Lindsay Kirby May 1
65% of the 2,200 people asked across Greater Manchester know someone affected by suicide. Stark statistic which just strengthens so much the need for us to address suicide
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Jon Rouse May 1
I’m in Salford Quays this morning to launch our new GM. campaign β€˜Shining a light on suicide’. We want people to feel able to talk about suicidal thoughts and for their family & friends to be able to have that conversation, although very difficult. 1/5
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Naomi Kelly 🐝 Jun 25
This is a great training tool - I learnt a lot and it only took 20 minutes! I strongly recommend doing it, it doesn't take long and could potentially have a big impact on someones life
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Sacha  Lord May 14
This is a must read. A campaign that I was delighted to get fully behind and support
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Adele Owen Aug 2
Thank you & Tony Cox for training me in ASIST the last two days. Great to learn new skills & build confidence.
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Charles Kwaku-Odoi Jul 22
Passed a scene a few minutes ago on M60 just before J10 for the Trafford Centre with what looks like a man wanting to jump from the bridge. Very kind of 4 drivers who have stopped on the hard shoulder to persuade him. Visit
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Wigan Council Aug 5
Would you know how to act if someone told you they wanted to take their own life? Take this 20-minute training for some tips and advice on what to do if someone is experiencing crisis
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Jamie Ryder May 6
's take on Mister Miracle reminds us that even superheroes aren't immune to suicidal thoughts. Superhero Mentality looks into how Mister Miracle overcame his depression with positive mental health routines.
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GMHSC Partnership 16h
β€œIt’s so easy to put on a front. We need to get behind the mask” - , LGBT Advisor to the Mayor of Greater Manchester, shares his thoughts on why it’s critically important to shine a light on suicide πŸ‘‡ …/
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Joanna Midgley 17h
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Wigan Council Aug 21
In the run up to Suicide Prevention Day, we want to share local stories from people who have had difficult conversations with someone experiencing crisis, people who have been bereaved or those who have recovered from ill mental health. DM us to be part of
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NHS Trafford CCG Aug 19
Half of gay and bisexual men said they have felt life is not worth living. If you’re struggling to cope call Samaritans on 116 123 or visit 🌐
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NHS Trafford CCG Aug 17
It's time we started . Talking could be all it takes to prevent a tragedy. Find out more at 🌐
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GMHSC Partnership Aug 17
"I'm shining a light on suicide for all the people that didn't get a second chance like I did." This is Rebecca's story. Encourage someone to talk before suicide seems their only option. Find out how at
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Heath brandwood Aug 16
Massive thanks to the AMAZING for continuing to inspire people to make a difference. Fantastic ASIST course supported by Still a long way to go but the revolution is real πŸ’―
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Oldham Council Aug 16
Suicide is the leading cause of death in people aged 15–29 years. Talking could be all it takes for you to prevent tragedy. Find out more at
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MHCC Aug 10
Did you know there is free short on-line training that could help you to save a life by learning how to talk to someone about Share & RT
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LGBT Foundation Jul 11
It's time we started . Talking could be all it takes to prevent a tragedy. If you need someone to talk to, we're Call us on 0345 3 30 30 30
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