There’s always time to talk

According to Mind, one in four people will experience a mental health issue of some sort each year in England.

February 3rd marks Time to Talk Day, a campaign run by Mind and Rethink Mental Illness to encourage us all to make mental health a subject we talk more about.

Many people still feel like they can’t talk openly to others when they may be having a bad day because of the stigma attached. But every time we are open and talk about how we’re feeling, the easier it becomes.

Not only can talking about your feelings relieve the pressure, it can lead to a different perspective and approach to your problems. It can also help build relationships with the person you are talking to, whether that’s a family member, a friend, or colleague.

Mental Health First Aider’s are becoming more commonplace too. Ask your employer if you have someone in your organisation who is trained to listen and offer advice.

Printing Charity Helpline

If you need to talk to someone and you work, have worked, or are connected to someone in the print sector, get in touch with us about our free and confidential helpline. It’s available 24/7 for in the moment emotional support, as well as practical advice on issues including; relationship problems, family, bereavement, work, and difficult life events.

A conversation about mental health could potentially make a big difference. Contact us today.

Get in touch

If you, or someone you know needs support, or you’d like to know more about our free, confidential helpline, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

To find out more give us a call on 01293 542 820
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