We have four special edition cards you can download from our website - we have a printable version and a version you can use online or on your mobile. You can use them in person or online over a video call.
Keep reading for ideas and tips on how to use the cards to get your friends, family and colleagues talking about mental health.
How to play Sussed
- One player picks a card and reads out a scenario
- Everyone else tries to figure out how the reader would most likely respond
- The reader reveals the correct answer and everyone chats about who chose what and why
Spark a one-on-one conversation
Some people can find it awkward to talk about mental health. This can make getting the conversation going a little tricky. Why not start with a game of Sussed: Time to Talk as an icebreaker?
By starting the conversation with some odd and amusing scenarios, Sussed: Time to Talk cards can help to get everyone a little more comfortable.
Get a group talking
Lots of people still think that mental health problems aren’t relevant to them. This could make them feel unsure of how to join in the conversation.
Our Sussed: Time to Talk cards are a way to get everyone involved in an inclusive and open conversation.