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Try again! This isn’t part of social contact.

Try again! While people might understand your diagnosis better after speaking to you, this isn’t the aim of social contact and you don’t need to speak about anyone’s experience except your own.

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Try again! That’s not quite right.

Try again! While social contact does involve promoting understanding, it doesn’t involve the public supporting you.

Try again! You don’t need to share any complex information about mental health.

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Try again! People with mental health problems are less likely to have negative attitudes towards other people with experience of mental health problems, so we’re not trying to share our experience with them.

Try again! That’s not the only situation you can use social contact in.

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Try again! You need to be careful to think through what feels OK for you to share and what the impact might be on the other person.

Try again! Social contact involves sharing your experience.

Try again! If someone else is sharing their own experience, it’s unlikely they have stigmatising attitudes, so it might be best to keep the conversation short.

Try again! There is a group that it would be better to share your experience with for the purposes of social contact.. 

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