Writer and actor Stephen Fry and radio DJ Mim Shaikh have released films today showing them talking with the person they opened up to about pressures to their mental health. The films are the latest in a series created by Heads Together, which has also released a new YouGov poll showing that four out of ten (42%) men have had a conversation recently about mental health compared to six out of ten (58%) women. The figures also show that men (29%) are less likely than women (37%) to expect to talk about their mental health in the next six months although men and women find these conversations equally helpful (83%). The film series released by Heads Together, the campaign spearheaded by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, features people from all walks of life talking about the life changing conversations that helped them cope with their mental health problems. Stephen Fry talks with his psychiatrist Bill on a bench in St James’s Park about his mental health breaking down

Source: STEPHEN FRY AND MIM SHAIKH SHOW IT’S OK TO SAY AS NEW FIGURES RELEASED ON HOW MEN TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEATLH | DisabledGo News and Blog

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