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Talking about mental health can be difficult for anyone and statistically, it's men who are more likely to suffer in silence. Good Living asked four men to share their tales of speaking up and seeking help... Can you describe the mental health struggles you have faced? Greg: My eldest brother, Edward, was severely disabled and when I was 14, he died. I felt I needed to be strong for my family and bottled up the grief. It felt like a dark cloud had covered me and weighed me down A year later, I had a breakdown I woke up and didn't think I could face the day. It was suffocating. Tony: I was about 20 when I started seeing things. I remember looking up at the night sky and seeing just a wall of hard black. This was in the 1970s and I was scared to see a doctor in case it went on my record and I lost my job. Eventually, I was diagnosed with psychosis. Andy: me, it came at what should have been one of the happiest times of my life the birth of my first daughter, Ffion, in September 2015. I had always thought I'd make an amazing dad, but Just having someone listen was a massive thing for me' when she came home from the hospital, I felt overwhelmed. I was compassionate. The key was just him saying, You're going to get better' no one had said that to me in hospital. The next couple of years were tough; I didn't want to talk to therapists, I just wanted to run away from it all. Finally in my mid-twenties, I started to talk about my disorder in YouTube videos and the response was amazing. Tony: My turning point was calling Samaritans just having someone crippled by anxiety and struggled to help look after her, even just changing her nappy. I felt completely out of my depth Jonny: At school, I always felt different and struggled to make friends. At 15 depression hit but I didn't see a doctor until I was 17. The waiting list for mental health services was too long, and I decided going to university for 'the time of my life' would solve it. In 2008, my final year, I had a breakdown; I felt like I was possessed. I was put in a psychiatric hospital and diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder and a month later planned to end my life What was the turning point? Jonny: I was stopped on the edge of Waterloo Bridge by a stranger* He was so non-judgemental and 94 1 GOOD LIVING

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