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Speaking Hope to Young People – #WorldSuicidePreventionDay

There’s good news and there’s bad news.

The good news is that suicide rates overall have fallen, in thanks partly to the concerted effort of organisations like the Samaritans and the work of many organisations promoting mental health and encouraging a national conversation about suicide and how it can be prevented.

And yet there is

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We Are Eight!

We are EIGHT! It’s been a wonderful year with lots of training and a trip to Buckingham Palace!

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Resuscitation #LearningtoBreathe

Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be giving you a sneak peek of Rachael’s upcoming book “Learning to Breathe” and giving away one copy a week!

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Suffocation #LearningtoBreathe

Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be giving you a sneak peek of Rachael’s upcoming book “Learning to Breathe” and giving away one copy a week!

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Work and Mental Health

Although many dread the start of another working week; for others, it’s a cruel reminder that a job feels unattainable.

Because, contrary to popular belief and opinion – work was a part of creation before the fall.

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On The Edge: Male Suicide

It’s the biggest killer of men under 45.

On average 84 men lose their life to it every single week in the UK.

It’s not car accidents and it’s not cancer – it’s suicide.

And regular viewers of Coronation Street will have been faced with its stark reality as it aired the death and aftermath

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