'Dad just broke down in front of me' Nov. 29, 2016

from World at One· ·

Time to Change, a campaign run by the mental health group Mind, have published a survey which found that half young men in the UK would not feel comfortable speaking to their father about their mental health. When asked why, more than a third said it was because their fathers do not talk about their feelings and 31% said they would not want to burden them. The survey also revealed that over half of young men (54%) who are experiencing mental health problems 'put a brave face on' or 'keep it to themselves.' Richard has Contamination Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Barry …



Time to Change, a campaign run by the mental health group Mind, have published a survey which found that half young men in the UK would not feel comfortable speaking to their father about their mental health. When asked why, more than a third said it was because their fathers do not talk about their feelings and 31% said they would not want to burden them. The survey also revealed that over half of young men (54%) who are experiencing mental health problems 'put a brave face on' or 'keep it to themselves.' Richard has Contamination Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Barry is his Dad. Becky Milligan talked to them about what they've been through.