BOYS DON’T CRY — INTRODUCTION

EVERYONE YOU KNOW IS A BIT FUCKING MAD.

So don’t worry too much about it.

The idea of mental health is really hard to get — because it is invisible.

What you picture when you hear it are the long, ominous, empty corridors of Severalls hospital, flashing images of someone being strapped to a table, curdling screams in the cold dark.

What it actually is, is inside every single one of us, and I’m looking at YOU too, gentlemen.

Take your face out of your Kronenbourg for a second and listen.

It’s not knowing what you’re for, who you are, why you do the things you do. Why you can’t look people in the eye, and some days, just feel really, really bad.

Boys, traditionally, find it rather difficult to talk about or even acknowledge their states of mental health.

It’s dumb, it’s weak, it’s for pussies. And it’s fucking terrifying.

Let’s have a look >

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