Close to 800,000 people globally per annum make the decision to take their own lives, with these numbers rapidly increasing.
The tragic death of a young girl has triggered Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) to act on a bullying ‘epidemic’ across the county.
Two years ago, the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why took the internet by storm.
Manchester is turning to the power of talking to help those suffering with their mental health and stop the stigma often associated with it.
Molly Russell was only 14 when she took her own life in November 2017. She was one of 165 people aged 10-19 who did the same that year.
INTERVIEW: ‘Without you, the story may not be told’: MM chat to Jenny Lu about The Receptionist – an exposé on illegal UK massage parlours
Award-winning Jenny Lu, the producer of her debut film The Receptionist, is an inspirational figure to many, who shows that with enough dedication it is possible to achieve your goals.
Two Manchester film-makers are producing a short feature based around the stigma of mental health.
Everyone thinks I’m a woman! Brave Manchester model abused on Grindr and turned away from Canal Street bars
A male Manchester model, who has suffered a life of alienation and been the victim of abuse on Grindr, is accusing Canal Street bars of discrimination
An Oldham MP has launched a stinging attack on the government after a study estimated that 590 disabled people have committed suicide since the introduction of more stringent assessment processes by the Work Capability Assessment (WCA).
‘I could have slipped through the cracks’: Parents expose ‘mishmashed’ and ‘patchy’ postnatal depression support
As reports reveal one in four mums suffer postnantal depression, a senior lecturer at Manchester Uni tells MM that specialist mental health care for mums is ‘patchy’ and whether you receive care is a ‘postcode lottery’.
Cuts to Manchester’s mental health services will ’cause more deaths’, warned a local patient support group as they lobbied outside the Town Hall yesterday.