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Confronting the stigma surrounding Mental Illness by increasing Mental Health Awareness & reducing UK Suicides


Walking Out Of Darkness

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Get ready to increase Mental Health Awareness, Suicide Prevention and end the Stigma Walking Out Of Darkness 2018

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noun [C or U] (DEATH)
Pronunciation: /'su?.?.sa?d/ (Latin suicidium, from sui caedere, "to kill oneself")
[mass noun] The action of killing oneself intentionally.

Definition: The act of killing yourself intentionally, or a person who has done this: to attempt/complete suicide. Many suicides occur in prisons.

6 million people in the UK are suffering from depression, anxiety and emotional stress according to the Department of Health. A further 8 million people suffer with a variety of other mental disorders. 

The causes of depression, mental illness and emotional trauma are many and varied; domestic violence, financial stress, sexual abuse, post traumatic stress disorder, bullying, alcohol and drug addiction, sexual and racial prejudice are among them. These conditions will often directly lead to suicide.

6,000 people complete suicide in the UK every year. That’s the equivalent of one person every two hours, every day. The figure is rising. In fact, it has doubled since 2008. The suicide rate among men between the ages of 16 and 25 has risen alarmingly.  

A greater number of British troops have been lost to suicide than have been lost in battle. Suicide often occurs because no practical help is available and no other viable option can be envisaged.

* 1 in 4 people suffer Mental illness in the UK. Depression is more common than the common cold. You can make a difference, You can help end the Stigma surround Mental Illness and help reduce UK Suicides!!

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Walking Out Of Darkness 2017

We look forward to seeing you next year


'Walking Out Of Darkness’ is an opportunity for everyone to walk together in support and unity for individuals and families suffering from Mental Health Difficulties and those, who have lost loved ones by suicide.

Together with thousands of people around the country over the last 4 years, we have walked to empower and inspire an end of mental illness stigma, raising mental health awareness and suicide prevention at ‘Walking Out Of Darkness’.

We look forward to seeing you, next year along with new participants and in new locations across the country.

Together we can make a Difference, we can increase Awareness, we can end the Stigma we can Save Lives!

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