Men's Health Week Q&A - Rhodri
Listen to our podcast where we speak to Rhodri, a Time to Change Wales Champion at the heart of the Talking is a Lifeline campaign.
16th June 2020, 11.49am | Written by: Rhodri
Now, more than ever it’s important we show kindness to one other. Giving and receiving acts of kindness can help to improve mental wellbeing by creating positive feelings.
This week is Men’s Health Week which runs from the 15 - 21 June and is hosted by Men’s Health Forum. The theme for this week is ‘take action on COVID-19’ and we are encouraging everyone to take action through talking, using the hashtag #TalkingIsALifeline.
The #TalkingIsALifeline campaign aims to encourage men to talk about their mental health without the fear of being judged. Talking is a Lifeline emphasises that talking about mental health might be one of the bravest things a man can do.
This Men’s Health Week, we called Rhodri or a chat to see how he has been coping in lockdown. Rhodri talks about how, in the absence of sport, mindfulness and breathing have helped him to stay calm.
This Men’s Health Week, we are taking action on the stigma around men’s mental health through talking. Share your story using the hashtag #TalkingIsALifeline.
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