Thursday 6 February was the first ever Time to Talk Day: 24 hours in which people started conversations about mental health, raised awareness and shared the message that mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, neither is talking about it.
Sometimes it's the little things we do that make a big difference - like having a chat over a cuppa, sending a text or inviting someone out. And on Time to Talk Day we encouraged people to do just that. In fact, we hope to have sparked a million conversations.
What took place?
Across the counry, over a thousand events took place in offices, schools, libraries and even shopping centres. Big employers like Telefonica, The Professional Cricketer's Association, AXA PPP Healthcare and Comic Relief took part and many thousands more people sat down with a cuppa and a friend for a good old chat. We ran a live blog, so you can catch up on what went on.
Time to Talk Day is over. What can I do now?
There is still a lot to do to spread the #TimetoTalk message. Are you online? Spread the message, there are lots of images and links to share, tweet us about what you got up to on 6 February, and keep up to date on our latest advertising campaign.
And celebrities are getting involved! Winners of our 'conversation to win a conversation' with Russell Kane, Ashley Roberts or Beveley Callard will be announce soon.