This year I survived suicide and found my true self, now I'm stuck with a mental health label but I don't think mental health should be a label, it's just a chapter in some people's story's. mental health is part of some people it does not define them as a human it simply changes there perception of life slightly.
I will always be confident to expect the unexpected, If some people I meet are in a forest of difficulties, I would hope to help them navigate out, in any way I can. People who have difficulties with their mental health are often great contributors with very good ideas. The cruel world has to be tenderised to protect precious people.
Been suffering from multiple mental health problems (not properly diagnosed yet but I hope doctors will soon) and not many people understand how to identify and support friends and family who have mental health problems and normally see some people make fun of people who are suffering with mental health issues, and I want to stop people in there tracks and tell them they are wrong!
I will go out of my way to end the stigma attached to mental health. I was a soldier, a rugby player, I stand six feet tall and weigh 17 stone, I have so many tattoos I've lost count, I'm not afraid to tell anyone that I suffer with mental health issues. I've learnt that talking is the best therapy.