One in five living with mental illness

AS the beautiful Danny Frawley said leading up to his recent death, "manning up in the past was to suffer in silence, manning up now is to put your hand up".

When a loved one is farewelled as a result of suicide, it is often raw and passionate, funny and irreverent. That's simply because their life was a ride of emotions. On the outside, cherished for all their flaws, yet trapped in a rut, loathed with self-hate, despair and isolation.

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