Being open to mental health doesn’t have to be awkward and being there for someone can make a huge difference to their life.
We’re here to help you find out what you should know if you think a friend, family member or colleague is struggling.
It’s possible that someone experiencing a mental health problem might isolate themselves. Having a mental health problem can be really draining, and low moods or anxious feelings can make it tough to be sociable - they may also feel like their presence places a burden on their friends and family.
It could be nothing, but if you’re friend is hard to reach, it might be a sign that they’re not well, so stay in touch.
Some tips to help you, help someone:
D 170, Oshiwara
Ashirwad Street No.03