Wednesday, 11 January 2017

The Prime Minister is right to talk about mental health and the governments efforts to combat this

It was, in fact, the man once voted the greatest Briton of all time, Winston Churchill, who first popularised the euphemism “the black dog” as if talking in stark terms about depression and anxiety would hardly be befitting of a Brit. 
Mental health touches every one of us in some way; whether personally, professionally, or through friends and families, the damage caused and the failures that are sometimes evident in the system certainly prove  the argument that it is morally wrong not to address this issue. More details in the attached report: