For Mental Health Awareness Week, campaigners are visiting Army barracks, fire stations and sports centres to encourage men to speak up about their anxieties.
Throughout the week, the Self-Esteem Team, who are the organisation behind the campaign, have been visiting Army barracks, fire stations and sports centres to encourage men to speak up about their anxieties, in the hope of reducing the terrifyingly high male suicide rate we have here in the UK.
The first organisation to embrace the #SwitchOnTheLight initiative was the rugby club Epping UCRFC, on the London/Essex border. They asked a selection of their players to pose with a board on which they had expressed a worry in order to produce a powerful set of photographs, which you can see here. Continue reading.
Originally posted in the Telegraph.
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