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Raquel got in touch after losing her sister to suicide. Wanting to raise awareness and funds, Raquel has since gone on to take part in over 40 events! 🏃♀️
Raquel has been nominated for the @BBCSussex's Make A Difference Heroes Awards. We are so proud! 🏆
Thank you for supporting the #AskNowSaveLives campaign @campbellclaret!❤️
Alastair took the time to answer some of our questions - watch out for the interview soon.
Join our lifesaving campaign today 👇
It today is an average day, 400 people in U.K. will attempt suicide and 18 will die. But sometimes, by asking the right questions, we can help save those lives. ‘Are you ok? Are you thinking about suicide?’ It is not a taboo. Support @GrassrootsSP today #AskNowSaveLives https://t.co/3BeVEooMRl
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you thinking about suicide?
Our free suicide prevention app StayAlive has many tools to help keep you safe including links to local help and advice 🤳
Thank you for sharing so openly Steph ❤️
Find out more: https://t.co/CDnALiNUQI
Next up sharing how they are keeping mentally healthy is Jo!
Jo works at @GigBuddiesMH, a fantastic organisation enabling people with learning disabilities and/or autism to enjoy all the great things going on in their community, especially live music ❤️ https://t.co/S8XsTxwHNZ
"I didn't want to worry my friend. It was easier to just play it down"
If you see, hear, or notice anything that doesn't seem right, it is okay to ask about suicide. Often the person will feel a sense of relief being able to share how they're feeling 💬