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16th July 2023

The signs women are struggling are going unseen. Meet the people fighting for change

“Being dismissed as hormonal is so invalidating when you’ve been brave enough to ask for help.

It can make young women feel like they are the problem and deny them access to potentially life-changing help.”

Dr Jay, Consultant Clinical Psychologist

“I think there’s a huge thing about women not wanting to draw attention to themselves and a fear of being labelled.”

Daisy (left), lost her friend to suicide

“A big stigma that still exists is not believing someone's mental health issues are real.”

Milla, struggled with suicidal thoughts

"Make talking about mental health and suicide prevention part of the things you pass on to your children."

Mike, suicide prevention campaigner who lost his daughter to suicide

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