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Breaking the Silence on Men’s Mental Health | This Morning

Hussain Manawer, a mental health campaigner, shares his own experience of depression.
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We need to talk about male suicide | Steph Slack | TEDxFolkestone

At some point in your life you’ll probably be touched by male* suicide. It’s now the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK with 12 men taking their own lives every day. In her challenging TEDx talk, Steph Slack shares her personal story of how losing her uncle to suicide caused her to …
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Young Men’s Mental Health ‘Take the Time and Make the Time’ | National Youth Council of Ireland

The NYCI Youth Health Programme has created this video to highlight issues experienced by young men around mental health. In 2018 the National Youth Health Programme (NYHP) conducted a rapid needs assessment among the youth work sector in Ireland to investigate ‘Young Men’s Health’. From the assessment according to youth workers anger (88%), anxiety (86%) …
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How can I support a friend who is stressed? | JIGSAW

Alice, Jigsaw Youth Advisory Panel member and Sinead, Jigsaw Clinician talk about the effects of stress and how to support a friend who is stressed.
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Ricky: Good days and bad | JIGSAW

Ricky, aged 24, talks about going to Jigsaw for help with his mental health.
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Exercise, mental health and social distancing | JIGSAW

Úna, Jigsaw clinician, talks about exercise and mental health in the context of social distancing.
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Where to from here – The WITH Project

This video has been designed to help you if you are aged 10 years and above and have a parent with a #mentalillness. It’s about how you can look after yourself if you’re in this situation. The video is part of 11 others which answer other common questions and describe different mental illnesses so that …
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Bipolar Affective Disorder – The WITH Project

This video has been designed to help you if you are aged 10 years and above and have a parent with a #mentalillness. The video is part of 11 others which answer other common questions and describe different mental illnesses so that you can understand your parent and what they may be experiencing.
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