Mental Health Awareness Week: You are strong when you feel weak.

"But when it comes to mental health, things get a bit more hazy. While we are able to have lengthy conversations with our mates about our physical health and what we are doing to get fit or lose weight, we don’t seem to be able to talk about mental health in the same way. It feels more private, more personal, awkward, even embarrassing…not something you would talk to your friends about over a meal or during a night out."

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