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HEALTH & WELLBEING Was there a point where you knew things were starting to get better? Jonny: I started seeing progress in therapy. I began actually wanting to see people and engage in society. If you're in the depths of depression, you struggle with the symptoms and your judgement is clouded so you think you'll never get better. It's important for people to know you can get there. IN THE UK, MEN ARE THREE TIMES AS LIKELY AS WOMEN TO TAKE THEIR OWN LIFE 12.5% OF MEN IN THE UK ARE SUFFERING FROM ONE OF THE COMMON MENTAL Being told that boys shouldn't be vulnerable has a HEALTH DISORDERStt 35% OF MEN WAIT MORE THAN TWO YEARS TO DISCLOSE lasting impact A MENTAL HEALTH ISSUE TO SOMEONE Greg: I started to look forward to counselling and talking about what had been good and bad for me ELSE OR NEVER TELL ANYONE that week. It's the little victories that 38% OF NEW DADS make you realise you're on the way. Andy: Bronwen, our second daughter, was born in January and I was so anxious that the same thing would happen again. Bizarrely, she came along so quickly, I ended up delivering ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR MENTAL HEALTH HALF OF ALL ADULT MENTAL HEALTH her in our bathroom at home! I was ISSUES BEGIN BEFORE like, I can deal with anything after that!' Weirdly, the thing that put me in ark place was Tony: For me, it was the realisation THE AGE OF 15" hat 'saved' me. that I had been ill three times and models boys can look up to and know I had also got better three times. Why do you think men find it difficult you haven't got to put on a brave face. Greg: I hope it will start to bleed into older generations, too. My dad went through a bad spell last year but got the help he needed and I think it's because he'd seen me open up What do you do to help maintain good mental health now? Tony: I still get depressed and anxious but when I do, I'll go for a run which I love, talk to my wife or see friends. Greg: I'm very lucky that I'm no longer in the situation that I was a year ago. It will always be there listen was a massive thing for me It gave me the confidence to see a doctor, who prescribed medication; the difference it made was phenomenal. Andy: For me, it was a text from a friend the day after Ffion came home to ask how it was going and I replied honestly, 'This is horrible, I hate it, I don't know what to do. Seconds later, he rang to say he'd been through the same thing. He basically said, You'll never be the dad you think you're going to be - you've never done it before.' It really helped. Greg: I was at boarding school and I felt so shut off. I left Mum a voicemail saying, 'I'm really not OK.' My parents to address their mental health issues? Jonny: I used to cry a lot as a kid, and people would say, 'Come on, big boys don't cry.' Being told from a young age that boys shouldn't be vulnerable has a lasting impact. Boys I speak to in schools are often embarrassed to talk about how they feel. Tony: It's the typical things people say, like 'man up' and 'sort yourself out that stop men talking. You're brought up to take the role of provider in life, so if there's a problem, you sort it out. Andy: Yes, growing up, my role models were my granddads and my dad. They were breadwinners you'd never have caught them talking about feelings. In 20 years' time, I hope we'll be the role but it's taken more of a back seat. I find writing helps, and playing team sports. Or just taking time to myself to sit and think Jonny: Being kinder to myself, more compassionate. Sleep is so important, came to the school and I started counselling two weeks later. urvey for mentalhealth. Sorce:Youo maritans/res2016.Jonny tells his story in his bo e Stranger on the Bridg key-data-mental-health. tSource: nct.org.uk/about-us/news-and-views/news/dads-distress-many-new-fathers-are-worried-about- their-mental-health. Source: Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2012, Our Children Deserve Better: Prevention Pays GOOD LIVING I 95 uk/

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