A suicide awareness initiative that is touring the nation arrived in Manchester today bringing a message of hope to bereaved
Close to 800,000 people globally per annum make the decision to take their own lives, with these numbers rapidly increasing.
Two years ago, the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why took the internet by storm.
Somewhere, somehow, every 40 seconds, someone in the world has committed suicide, and according to the World Health Organisation that’s 800,000 people per year.
A national charity are calling for people to speak out after new research revealed that nearly a third of the UK say they don’t like to burden others with their problems.
People who regularly visit GP 12 times more likely to commit suicide, warns Manchester University report
The research was carried out by The University of Manchester’s National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness (NCISH)