Did you know that 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem in any given year?
Read on to test your knowledge and find out more about mental health problems and stigma.
We’re also giving you the opportunity to share your thoughts on Time to Talk Day and help make next year’s event even bigger and better.
How much do you know about mental health problems and stigma? Take our quick quiz to test your knowledge. And why not challenge your friends to take it too.
I have bipolar. I’m still a reliable colleague
“I am never ashamed of having bipolar and will not be apologetic about it. I know many intelligent, dedicated and hardworking people who have mental health issues and are fantastic at their jobs.”
Dawn talks about the stigma she has experienced in the workplace and why she will never apologise for having bipolar.
Help shape Time to Talk Day 2020
To help make next year’s Time to Talk Day even bigger and better, we’d love to hear more of your thoughts on the campaign along with what you would do if you were running it. Take our interactive survey to share your thoughts – you’ll even get an imaginary budget to spend!
You don’t need to be an expert
There are some things you need to be an expert to do. Talking about mental health isn’t one of them. Watch our short video and get inspired to talk.