Slice of Life with Adam Land

After experiencing the devastating loss of a loved one to mental illness, you made the brave decision to take your experiences and inspire change. Can you tell us more about the work you’re doing to raise awareness?

What impact has all of this had on your own mental health?

Suicide sometimes feels like the last ‘taboo’ when it comes to openly discussing mental health. What advice would you give to anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts, or worrying for a loved one?

There will no doubt be people reading this who have tragically lost friends or family members to suicide. Do you have a message of hope, or a word of advice for life after loss?

What are your hopes for the future of suicide prevention and mental health awareness?

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